I am regularly asked to summarize my many posts. I thought it would be a good idea to publish on this blog, every Monday, some of the most relevant articles that I have already shared with you on my social networks.
Today I will share some of the most relevant articles about Digital Transformation and in what form you can find it in today’s life. I will also comment on the articles.
On Harvard Business Review: What the Pandemic Means for Health Care’s Digital Transformation (hbr.org)
What the Pandemic Means for Health Care’s Digital Transformation. As health care organizations grapple with responding to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and adapting their operations to continue to fulfill other aspects of their care mission, they must also begin to define and prepare for the future of care amid economic, regulatory, and social uncertainties. What might the post Covid-19 landscape look like? How can health systems address a range of possible challenges? What are the opportunities to revolutionize care?
On CMSwire.com: Your Digital Transformation Will Be as Successful as the Foundation Its Built On (cmswire.com)
Keep Up With Technological Change or Commit to Extinction. Reaching an enlightened state of digital transformation is a different journey — often with a different destination — for every company. The phrase “digital transformation” itself is up for interpretation. Some define it as simply moving to SaaS apps or cloud infrastructures. The purer definition, however, is more about reimagining business processes to drive greater business success in the fast-paced digital age.
On Entrepreneur.com: 12 Steps That Could Help Your Small Business Start a Digital Transformation
12 Steps That Could Help Your Small Business Start a Digital Transformation. Need to take your business into the digital sphere successfully? Here are the 12 steps to help you start your digital transformation for a small business. Have a read, you will be able to use it for your own project.
On customerthink.com: The digital transformation is about people, not just technology
The digital transformation is about people, not just technology. The coronavirus pandemic has served as an important reminder of the need to work together. At a time when employees are widely distributed, with as many as 75 million people working from home, this can be very difficult to achieve. Technology is helping to fill this void, but most workers remain physically apart. Customers understand these challenges and have been somewhat forgiving when it comes to service and support. Ultimately, they recognize that we are all working through the same situation – at home. However, customer leniency won’t last forever – and this shouldn’t be expected. In order to get ahead of this inevitable transition and flourish in the post-pandemic market, businesses need to plan accordingly. This means relying on the right technology, people and processes.
On businesswire.com: Ness Partners With Harpyja to Drive Digital Transformation in Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management Industries
Ness Partners With Harpyja to Drive Digital Transformation in Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management Industries. Ness, a global provider of digital transformation solutions, has announced a partnership with the business transformation consultancy firm, Harpyja. Together, the companies will use their combined expertise in business processes and software engineering, as well as a common framework rooted in iterative design thinking, to develop and deliver innovative products, services and processes in the industrial and supply chain domains.
On Forbes.com: Council Post: How To Stay At The Forefront Of The Digital Transformation In Multifamily Housing
How To Stay At The Forefront Of The Digital Transformation In Multifamily Housing. Many people believed that 2018 was the year that signaled the start of true digital transformation within the multifamily housing industry; predictions were made about the rapid rise of smart technology in apartments and the changing needs and wants of a new generation of tenants. However, time since has proven that the adoption of this technology has been much slower than anticipated, and there are a number of reasons why individual features — as opposed to truly smart buildings and experiences — have been the interim result. It’s worth understanding the reasons for this slow adoption as well as what is driving innovation in this space before looking ahead at what the future is likely to hold.
On Telegraph.co.uk: Are you prepared for the latest digital transformation?
In marketing, true digital transformation is an ongoing evolution of attitudes and capabilities, not achieving digital nirvana. Thanks to the havoc of 2020, businesses don’t have a choice but to transform. According to Cisco Systems: “At least 40 pc of all businesses will die in the next 10 years… if they don’t figure out how to change their entire company to accommodate new technologies.”