Technology changes and disruption have become a significant driver for organisation transformation and change. The scale of change can range from Transitional Digitization to Technology Enabled Transformational change.
New Technologies are enabling New Business & Operational Models, New Products and Services that can radically change Customer Experience, Relationships and Value, and/or Organisation performance and shareholder value, also Employee & Partner roles, skills and value contribution.
Though there are many opportunities and technology choices, there are also complexities and constraints for most organisations. Many organisations adopt methodologies and frameworks to help manage the sophistication of Digital Transformation, and to have a guiding roadmap, based on best available knowledge and experience.
Organisations seek to create Innovation, Agility and Collaboration as part of their Digital transformation initiatives. Innovation, Agility & Collaboration are human system behaviours and practices and reflect high levels of Maturity that support organisation responsiveness and rate of change. 70% of organisation and transformation initiatives fail, despite advances in change management practice over recent decades.
Both Organisation & IT Capability Maturity development must be an integral part of organisation change and transformation programs to improve the probability of successful business outcomes. A critical success factor for any organisation change program is to build both its Organisation & IT Capabilities and their maturity levels to match the change ambition.
This workshop is designed to bring together an organisations Digital change or transformation leadership team to kick start their transformation program and build a high level Plan of action that will integrate the appropriate capability improvements with the specific business transformation aims, with a view to improving the success potential of the transformation program by improving Innovation, Agility & Collaboration Capability Maturity within their program, rather than hope they will happen as a result of their change program.
This is the core reference model to address all 15 Organisation Dynamics (or selected dynamics as appropriate to the business or operational issue being addressed) that are central to the organisations operation and performance.