Digital transformation is nothing more than the integration of digital technology in all areas of the company's operations and a change in the way you operate and provide value to customers. It is also a cultural change that requires organizations to constantly challenge themselves, experiment, but also reconcile themselves to failure.
Digital transformation is an unavoidable process, regardless of the size of the enterprise. There is no doubt that it is not obvious to everyone. This is discussed during panel discussions, articles or studies on how companies can remain competitive as the environment is increasingly digital. However, many business leaders do not fully understand the importance of digital transformation. Is this just a catchy placeholder for moving to the cloud? What are the specific stages of transformation? Do you need to design new jobs to help yourself create a framework for digital transformation or hire an external company? What parts of our business strategy should be changed? Is it really worth it?