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Part of my job as a consultant is to be continually seeking out new project opportunities. Lately, I have noticed a peculiar trend within posted project descriptions. Many projects are asking for skills in Lean, Six Sigma, Agile, Scrum, BPM, Kaizen, and more, all for, and within the same project! My question here is ‘’are […]
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The other day I decided to try to put a structure into a simple picture – My Digitalization Cheat Sheet.
It serves as a map when I discuss with clients where they are and what they need to develop to progress on their journey.
As you exist in different groups of people within an organization, it is essential to have an outside-in approach when setting up the organization.
The new strategy is going to be the answer to all challenges and is going to take the organization to the promised land.
In my last post (What’s IT got to do with digital transformation?) I claimed that for an organization to truly succeed with digital transformation,
The bimodal approach, used correctly, will enable a company to quickly with low cost try out new and innovative ideas to meet customer needs while at the same time taking care of and evolving customer needs.
I often get asked about what the latest trends are and sure, I can parade them for you even if you wake me up in the middle of the night. But the trends are never what companies ask me to fix. The problem is something else.
Facilitation is defined as the act of making something easier or making something happen. Sounds easy enough but it’s a great skill. We tend to believe it’s a common skill.
Let’s take a step back and define digital transformation. What do we mean by that? At the most basic level, anything we use computers for is “digital”.