When discussing change management, most change professionals focus on the “soft” factors that influence the success of a change program. These include elements like vision, leadership, culture, employee motivation, top-down vs. participatory approach, etc. But, what about the “hard” factors?
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The best technological realizations are those that stem from a real need and tap into the mood of the consumer and not the opposite. Our focus should not be on the technology itself but on human needs and aspirations. When the digital and the real are combined, credibility is earned and loyalty is returned.
Contextual help is a term that has been around for a long time, but until now it means little more than being able to deliver a block of information based on position to everyone, regardless of the task each is doing. While this is a laudable approach, it is far from the notion of contextualisation we would like to see emerge around Information 4.0.
About the meaning of contextualization in Information 4.0, content prediction and mapping knowledge & experience …
Big or small, organizations across all industries are undergoing transformation thanks to emerging Digital technologies across applications in Social Media, Mobile, Internet of Things, Cybersecurity, Analytics, Cloud Computing, and much more. This is the essence of Digital Transformation. Let’s examine the 4 growth levers in more detail.