Chris Boyd co-authored this article.
Companies today need to transform to develop new digital capabilities that will allow them to meet evolving customer preferences, grow recurring revenue, or become an AI-first organization. All these scenarios require coordinated efforts that traverse business units and functions, from product strategy to technology architecture and everything in between.
Planning these transformations requires understanding the changes needed across those functions, a process that usually results in an overwhelming list of deliverables with a price tag that makes even the most seasoned executive blush. Sound familiar?
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