04 Apr 2018
Previous Bridgeall blog posts have argued that successful digital transformation requires the integration of strategy, people, processes, systems, organisation, culture AND technology.
The failure to recognise these mutual dependencies is one of the main reasons why many attempted transformations will fail.
Digital Culture: Your Competitive Advantage
Recent research by Microsoft, in association with London Business School, examined the critical link between people and technology.
Based on a detailed study of 20,000 employees working in European medium-to-large size organisations across different industries, the Digital Culture report identified three key pillars of successful digital transformation – digital leadership, culture change and technology.
Organisations combining strong digital leadership and digital cultures with the effective use of modern technologies outperformed others across a range of performance indicators including higher productivity, enhanced innovation, employee empowerment, talent recruitment and retention.