Last week, I was a keynote speaker at the Mobile Edge ’16 conference in Lisbon, Portugal. Following the conference I met individually with many different companies. These companies represented a variety of industries, sizes and digital maturity levels. I was...
The First Law of Thermodynamics states, “energy can be changed from one form to another, but it cannot be created or destroyed.” In a business context that can be interpreted to mean if energy is being used to resist change, then it is not available for making change.
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.