If Senior Managers Are Struggling With Digital, Shouldn’t They Consider Executive Education?
Every executive interview I do centers around three themes: Digital capabilities are reshaping what a business can be and do. While these capabilities can make a major business contribution, they can also introduce unforeseen exposures if not done well and in a timely way. Digital represents an era change in both IT and the business. […]Read More
When It Comes to Digital, Consider Your Realization Horizon
As I meet with executives from enterprises seeking digital enhancement, many suggest that in order to achieve material value from new digital services, offerings and technologies, they need to balance two factors: the pace of the initiative and “the realization horizon.” My previous blog discussed pacing. From there, it becomes critical to utilize realization horizons. […]Read More
When It Comes to Digital, Pace Matters
As I meet with executives from enterprises attempting to be digitally enhanced, most agree on one thing: In order to achieve material value from new digital services, offerings and technologies, they need to balance two factors: the pace of the initiative and “the realization horizon.” The realization horizon is what you can hope to achieve […]Read More
Is Your Digital Carburetor Flooded? These Structural Fixes Can Get Overwhelmed CIOs on the Road to Recovery
Prior to fuel injection, carburetors in aging cars often flooded when too much fuel entered the engine prior to combustion. As I interview CIOs and other business executives, a common lament reminds me of the flooded carburetor challenge. The CIO, IT management team and business executives are simultaneously attempting to do the following: transform the […]Read More