Taking a pragmatic, continuous approach to digital transformation ensures you’re not taking on too much at once.
“We’re taking it
one step at a time."
Simple tasks can easily turn into more than you can handle, especially when that “one thing” becomes 10 more.
“Just one more thing."
Keep Your “Work Family” Drama Free
The lines between work and home have blurred, and often the challenges feel very similar. See how organizational culture (like family dynamics) may be causing drama for your digital transformation.
Roll over each scenario below.
A pain-free transformation optimizes spend across the organization to meet the agreed upon goals.
“Let’s determine ROI
for our collective plan."
Budget can be a common sticking point that often creates drama within any family.
“We need a raise in
By focusing on a shared goal, leaders will be more successful in creating a productive
“Let’s work together.”
The battle between departments can stall digital transformation.
“That’s not my job!”
A drama-free transformation connects the dots, from strategy
to tactical execution.
“Here’s why we’re
doing it this way ..."
Sometimes even the best advice won’t be heard if you’re not communicating effectively.
“Because I said so.”
Collaboration is key. When you agree on what you want to accomplish, you set a roadmap that begins your transformation on a positive note.
“Let’s make sure we’re
on the same page.”
If all your leaders and employees aren’t in alignment, you can’t expect the transformation to succeed.
“Do we have to?”
Instead of playing follow the leader, focus on creating and delivering the tailored experiences that are right for your customers and employees.
“We need to create
our own path.”
Who hasn’t heard, “we want to be like Amazon” or “why can our competitor do it?”
“Why can’t we be more like the Joneses?”
A drama-free transformation connects
the dots, from strategy to tactical execution.
Sometimes even the best advice
won’t be heard if you’re not communicating effectively.