Digital Is Everyone's Business

Digital Is Everyone's Business : A guide to transition

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Marketplaces continue to change. The demands on your business are unprecedented: the volume of work is ever growing, complexity is increasing and digital is confusing. Transformations are failing and disruption hype is everywhere. How will your organisation evolve? How can you differentiate? How do you explore and select the right digital initiatives?

DIGITAL is Everyone's Business: A Guide to Transition sequences the steps to your best future.

It begins with your mindset and why learning is more important than knowing. Create greater capacity for valuable initiatives through assessing and remediating the draining activities. Technology is one of several enablers with simple communication techniques for shared understanding of current capabilities and future aspirations that lead to better decision-making. Greater relevance through your people and their capabilities resulting in an alert organisation that can anticipate and respond appropriately to situations. Setting the conditions for innovation with practical tactics, employee insights and partnership strategies culminating in more frequent and greater outcomes. Improving your digital IQ, being aware of the interdependencies of customer intimacy and scaled orchestration. Determine when, how and what it is to be digital.

DIGITAL is Everyone's Business: A Guide to Transition is your ultimate guide to digital. It's clear, concise and practical. If you are serious about evolving your business and growing your people, and you want to understand and be digital, this guide is your foundation.



About the Author:



David is a former CIO & digital executive, an adjunct professor, author & digital business advisor



As an internationally recognised innovator, David is a thinker and pragmatist. His expertise lies in offering unique and succinct insights that enable organisations and their people to realise their technology and digital potential. He believes that good people within organisations have the potential to be great and that their current knowledge combined with digital fundamentals will contribute to a business that truly realises its potential.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 186 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 13mm | 340g
  • English
  • 0648696804
  • 9780648696803
  • 13,348

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Though more and more business executives are talking about digital or digitalization of their business, I have observed that not many of them can clearly articulate a meaningful strategy. This book has provided us a unique model (D-I-R-T-Y). It is thoughtful and pragmatic. We can use it to be more sustainable and to avoid the traps of 'transformation' in a meaningful digital future. "Digital will be part of business but not all of the business" and "Transitions are better than Transformations" are wisdoms drawn from David's rich experiences and insights in delivery of real Relevance between digital and overall business. These offer guidance to all executives, particularly CIOs. I continue to believe that people will become more important in the digital future, and we need to empower and enable them more. Let us try to be Lighthouse leaders. Let us try to make changes, every day, to create a better life.

Dr LU Jianzhong, chairman of John Holland Board and chairman of CCCI

Intelligent Automation (the rise of the digital worker) will transform our workplace: every activity, every role, every job automated or augmented by AI. In Industry 4.0, we are in a permanent state of transformation. Why, then, are executives not giving attention to those hard-learned lessons of successful change that David discusses in this timely and readable book? Industry 4.0 is about people and robots. That's a change that is hard, so we need to reflect and think about it--as David does here.

Mike Hobday, former general manager of Automation Europe, IBM

David's deep experience as a technology leader shines through in the relevant and practical advice in this book. Importantly, driving or responding to digital disruption is ultimately all about the people in the organisation. This is highlighted throughout: humble leaders who treat others with respect and build aligned teams with shared values. I'd love to work in such an organisation.

Leigh Jasper, co-founder and CEO at Aconex
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