- Human Resources
- Information Technology
Adopt smart technologies.
Only half of organizations say their technology is compatible with digital transformation. Smart technologies, such as AI, ML, and RPA, can help you uncover digital revenue streams.
Embed an adaptable culture.
Agility should be an enterprise-wide effort. That way, everyone can quickly pivot to new opportunities and unforeseen circumstances.
Ensure data accessibility.
This is critical for enabling real-time, data-driven decision-making at all levels of the business. The fastest responders to the pandemic were the ones with full data accessibility.
Develop analytical and tech skills.
Transformation demands digital skills. Developing these skills can help your organization adopt smart technologies, agile metrics, increased workforce capacity, and remote working at scale.
Empower cross-functional teams.
Filling in the skills gap doesn’t always mean hiring new talent. Consider how you can collaborate across the enterprise to upskill and reskill your existing workforce.
Learn from the journey, not just the destination.
Digital transformation won’t happen overnight. And the challenges brought by a global pandemic won’t be the last ones your organization will face. Keep a steady pace of digital acceleration, and prepare for the long-term.