DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION COURSES
FOR EXECUTIVE BUSINESS LEADERS
Build a smart, innovative organisation that can compete in the digital economy
LEADING DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION
Executive Leaders, R&D, Technology,
HR and Marketing Professionals Course
Executive Leadership Course
(No IT Skills Required)
for Consultants Selling and
Delivering Digital Transformation
THE IONOLOGY DIFFERENCE
We teach the most practical, data-driven approach to digital transformation.
Mindset >> Strategy >> Innovation >> Technology
- Rapidly create the digital mindset
- Unite your teams
- Stop creating ‘random acts of digital’
- Build a world-class roadmap
- Create competitive advantage
- Win new customers
- Attract the best talent
- Do it all using a proven, data-powered, digital transformation framework
DIGITAL GAP ANALYSIS
The only online gap analysis that tells you where you are on your digital transformation journey, what the roadblocks are and most importantly what to do next
- It takes 5 minutes
- Free personalised report
- Create a baseline score
- Find out how to move from “doing digital” to becoming a “digital innovator”
- Discover the best starting point for your transformation plan
TALKING ABOUT TRANSFORMATION
Excellent question! In a nutshell, a digital transformation strategy is a plan of action to create new, sustainable, competitive advantage in the digital economy.
In other words a digital transformation strategy will change your business from a traditional business into a digital business. That metamorphosis will be the result of a series of decisions affecting your value proposition, your culture, how you use data, analytics, technology and how you engage with your staff and customers.
Can any leader declare that they have truly become a digital leader and that their organisation has been fully transformed in the new digital world? The first problem in making such a declaration is that there is no agreement on what being a digital leader means. Even the language around digital transformation is only properly developing now.read more
Most digital transformation strategies are neither strategic nor transformational.
Michael Porter, the famous Harvard Strategy Professor said “If we’re satisfied with vague strengths and weakness lists, we’re not thinking very clearly about strategy”. “There’s a distinction between operational effectiveness and strategic positioning”.
“Should we be on the cloud or have our own servers? That’s an operational effectiveness question. What we understand is that operational effectiveness is not strategy”.
FREE INTRODUCTORY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT COURSE
An introduction to digital transformation for C-Suite, Marketing, Technology & Innovation leaders
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