Every leader, no matter your title, your industry, or your work status as an entrepreneur or an employee, you want to be involved in digital transformation.
Organizations today must transform themselves and jettison the heavy baggage that comes as a result of decades of institutionalized methodologies and paradigms, developed and codified in an analog era – an era operating at a far slower operational tempo.
All digital transformation initiatives introduce new problems, software bugs, guaranteed network vulnerabilities, new competitors; new business challenges and new stresses. The elimination of all negative consequences and vulnerabilities are impossible, so our focus should be on limiting and containing it, not eliminating it.
Competitors can’t compete, and leaders can’t lead if they don’t know the rules of the game.
In a previous post, we detailed how the implementation of IoT is becoming easier through falling hardware costs, productivity gains, and the focus of major players such as Microsoft with their Azure...