Having the right digital mindset

“Digital” is used as a title to cover the current business and computing era. Being “digital” is about having the right mindset. There is no magic course or exam that you can take that will pronounce you as being “digital.” It’s how you apply yourself against the changing landscape of business and technology. There are many […]

T is for Twenty-First Century Digital

This post is part of a series, “Digital: From A to Z,” that explores what it means to be digital. What’s in your A to Z of digital? Find me on Twitter @Max_Hemingway or leave a comment below. The term Twenty-First (21st) Century Digital applies to the current century and how you are using digital to better your organisation and […]

Digital disruption: How to become a 21st century organisation

If digital disruption is inevitable, as I said in my last post, organizations can and must prepare for it. Here we can draw on a number of models and pieces of research. DXC Technology’s Leading Edge Forum (LEF) has identified six ways that 21st century organisations are different from past century models: Sensing — Proactive, haptic or […]

Digital transformation: Unlocking the back office, too

Digital Transformation is most frequently associated with customer-facing activities embracing customer intimacy through more contextualized conversations and self-service capabilities. These customer experiences can certainly contribute to top-line growth, but sometimes give glimpses into gaps in a company’s ability to fulfill demand quickly and with that same level of information-rich interaction. Some might say that the second […]

Will these 6 IT trends change the game in 2017?

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It’s hard to have a discussion about 2017 without a clear definition of “DIGITAL.” In my mind, digital is the application of contextualized information to improve experience and outcome. Whether you’re a consumer or employee, an informed decision brings all available information to the point of decision to attempt to guide and de-risk that decision. […]