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Most digital transformations fail.

They don't fail because of a lack of commitment to making change. Instead what prevents success is:

  • Attempting to solve a single problem, without considering how that problem fits within the larger scope of the organization.
  • Inability to correctly estimate the opportunity costs of decisions made during the transformation.
  • Dogmatic adherence to a process or technology rather than a strategic approach to implementation.
  • Lack of ownership of and implementation of the transformation goal by the doers in the organization.

I help business leaders learn what they don't know they don't know so they can eliminate these failure points and successfully implement a digital transformation.