As we already discussed on this blog, digital transformation is the new Holy Grail for companies. 88% of them have set up a digital project according last Altimeter Group’s research, however, let’s be frank, we are far from a real digital transformation. Things are moving, but the realization is just a first stage. Only if we agree of what is a digital project.
The digital transformation is the current Holy Grail of business (also known as Enterprise 2.0, social business), but our leaders have the same problem as the Knights of King Arthur, where to seek and with which knights?
Support the digital transformation of an enterprise requires expertise, but also the means to deploy. If many projects fail, it is not by chance. Often one of these two conditions is generally not fulfilled.
“Reconnaissance des collaborateurs : que nous réserve le digital ?” Tel était le titre de l’atelier que Franck La Pinta et moi-même avons animé tout récemment dans le cadre d’un colloque organisé par l’ANDRH et Orange Business Services, intitulé “L’homme, l’avenir du numérique”. Que fallait-il retenir de cet atelier ?
More and more companies explain that they are digital, they have an enterprise social network, they are on social media, they have adopted the language of collaboration. So what ? What about corporate culture, digitazing processes, management…