It can be hard to question digital transformation. However, here are three helpful questions to discuss with teams about digital solutions.
From the Blog on digital transformation
Maybe, we, as a digital community needed to go through a phase of disillusionment as we watch digital identity and data management go horribly wrong.
Collecting personally identifiable information including biometrics requires plans to delete it all before it gets into the hands of bad actors. It’s time to act.
As we lay on the grass, watching clouds float by, the kids ask, what are clouds? Good question, and lest we forget, the digital cloud is also physical.
Trust and belief are the foundation of much of society. Digitally we can ‘prove’ another organisation issued us a document. But trust is still human.
When working on digital transformation, most of us acknowledge people, power, politics, and culture play a role in its success, but digital dominates.
Structures frame a place. It is hard to imagine them gone. And even when they do go, it is easy to fall into the trap of being influenced by their ‘ghosts’
Going digital does not work miracles. It tends to highlight what you already are and believe in – the good, bad, and ugly.
Digital transformation decisions should never be made on cost or legality alone. Digital transformation choices should be value based and strategy based.