You still haven’t made your desired move towards digital transformation but recognize its necessity and urgency? Planning and implementing your digital transformation process can be tricky due to large and high risk projects: They can take you in the wrong direction, unnecessarily slow you down. They can carry unnecessary investments or correction that become time consuming and ultimately result in a loss of focus and commitment to the digital journey.
It is not about pursuing digital transformation because others are doing it or doing it at any cost. Instead, I am convinced, that the key to digital transformation are iterative, straightforward, small and yet meaningful steps with affordable investment and fast ROI. Making digital moves in small steps will implement a culture of digital transformation innovation, solve real practical problems and infuse innovation in your organization while maintaining stability in operations.
I will show you how you can take these effective, small steps into the right direction – even surpassing your competitors.
The solution: Digital Initial Stage Workshop
Working jointly with you and your teams, I will identify, plan and develop your first digital project in our “Digital Initial Stage Workshop” – working on a suitable and realistic challenge and one digital solution that can be implemented in only 4-8 months. This solution is a low hanging fruit: It is a manageable, affordable and above all controllable project that involves all decision makers directly as stakeholders in the project.
Find out how you can successfully enter digital transformation step by step with me and my expert team. Your solution is only a small step away.
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