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Defining company vision and being resilient are two of the key ways to speed up digital transformation.
Several IT leaders and CIOs are using the COVID-19 pandemic as an opportunity to take their digital transformation plans along faster. Digital transformation has become a priority for all businesses as they are working towards keeping up with the rising demands of their customers and create cost-effective operating models.
Here are top three ways enterprises can speed up their digital transformation initiatives.
There are several instances when organizations run out of money before achieving their goals. It is important for companies to boost resilience and be agile to build sustainable profitability in the current environment that is rapidly changing.
The majority of IT teams are solely focused on rolling out product features to satisfy sales, top C-suite executives as well as the board that they do not take the time to implement automation and DevOps.
The entire organization needs to collaborate with individual teams and projects to achieve
success in digital transformation. It is important for CIOs to work with their teams to clear the organization’s mission and vision.
A team needs to get a clear set of guidelines that will help them create a compelling business strategy and transformation roadmap to handle a certain issue. It is essential to revisit the company’s mission and vision consistently throughout your digital transformation journey – especially during a crisis.
Several IT teams fail because they are in a hurry to release a new feature, adopt microservices, and follow traits that are seasonal. However, digital transformation does not always mean scalability.
An experienced CTO knows that piling technical debt can make it expensive to maintain or scale complex systems. It is crucial for leaders to understand that shortcuts can serve as a best practice as they can accelerate learning curves and decline short-term waste.
Hence, they should not be afraid to take conscious shortcuts that lead to technical debt. Also important is to manage time and resources to pay off technical debt as soon as possible.
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