Focus on Digital Transformation

Digital transformations are hard to get right. McKinsey Global Survey on digital transformation has shown low success rates of transformation efforts with around eight in ten respondents saying their organisations have recently begun digital transformations, but only 14% saying they have made and sustained desired improvements.

With these statistics and the complexity of day-to-day operations, digital transformations may at times seem like unnecessary evil. But to many companies, they are not just necessary, but in fact critical to avoid being left at the very end of the race for new business.

So what can organisations do in order to thoroughly prepare for digital transformations and conduct them well? How can you, as the manager or the propeller of digital transformation in your company, maximise its success?

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In the recent episodes of IT Leadership Insights, a video series for IT executives, Janne Marie van Vlastuin, a business transformation consultant nominated as Netherland’s Most Innovative Leader 2017 by the CIO magazine, talks about the before, during and after digital transformation. In the videos Janne Marie reveals some of the ingredients of her formula for success in digital transformation.

Watch the episodes to learn how to prepare for and run digital transformation to ensure you deliver and maintain your desired improvements and maximise the chance of success:

And, if you’re looking for a technology partner or extra resources to help you with software development during your digital transformation, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Future Processing. We’re happy to help and we wish all the best with your transformation projects.

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Michał Sztanga

Michał is a member of the leadership team and the Managing Director of Future Processing. He is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the company, with particular emphasis on cooperation with clients seeking to develop their business with the help of software. He completed MBA studies at the Kozminski Academy, post-graduate studies in project and business management at the Warsaw School of Economics and obtained a master’s degree in computer science at the Silesian University of Technology.   As he emphasizes, in our cooperation with clients the most important for him are understandable goals, honesty and trust which translates into delivering expected results.

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