Several years ago, I got to hear my friend, Jeanne Ross, speak to an audience of enterprise architects about digital transformation. She said that what got her research started on digital disruption was the conversations that she was having with MIT-CISR organizations. Many were not sure whether they would successfully cross the “digital chasm.”
What’s required to create organizations that excel at digital? This is the question that I posed to CIOs in my weekly #CIOChat group. Hopefully, their insights help you think about how to drive your organization’s digital future.
What steps can CIOs take to enable IT organizations that excel at delivering digital?
CIOs suggest that it is important to build an IT organization that can enable better/faster digital. CIOs say part of doing this involves ensuring when their IT organization builds it, they (the greater business stakeholders) come. It is critical that IT organizations prepare the overall organization for change. A culture needs to be cultivated that embraces innovation, flexibility, and lower maintenance solutions.
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Source: IT Strategy