Managing Digital Disruption
Digital transformation is a categorical imperative for long-term success and survival. The constant stream of innovative technologies is blurring industry boundaries and redefining markets, overrunning the ability of organizations to keep up.
It Cannot Be Delegated. It Must Be Led
It may be an uncomfortable subject for many executives but an unavoidable obligation. With an investment of time and some coaching, the terminology, concepts, and principles are understandable. Digital transformation planning should begin with the assumption that technological change will permeate every aspect of the enterprise. The potential competitive advantage of the organization’s digital strategy lies in the leadership’s ability to conceptualize how technology can differentiate the organization.
Winning the Talent War
Crafting and delivering a superior customer experience requires organizations to become employee centric. Organizations have long emphasized; getting and keeping customers by exceeding their expectations profitably. Many of these branding and marketing concepts apply as well to Winning the Talent War.
Like customers, talent is in demand. Like customers, talent has choices. Like customers, you do not pick talent; they pick you. Like customers, talent shops online for jobs. Customers check ratings; talent checks reputations. Customers check prices; talent checks salaries. Talented candidates are also customers.
It has become a candidates’ marketplace.
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