Going digital does not work miracles. It tends to highlight what you already are and believe in – the good, bad, and ugly.
From the Blog on digital transformation
Digital transformation decisions should never be made on cost or legality alone. Digital transformation choices should be value based and strategy based.
Standards are critical to digital transformation. It’s hard to talk about working across teams or across organisations without setting standards first.
Digital transformation must always be able to be ‘interoperable’ with non-digital systems. Paper vaccine records must continue to work.
One would be hard pressed to make a case that cash programming doesn’t contribute to the possibility of surveillance – we’re not talking about this enough
Technology and devices bring them status among your peers. But you don’t need to know how to use the device to feel the status bump.
We can’t talk about digital transformation without talking about business processes, people, culture and context. And yet we do and want to, all the time.
Formulas take away responsibility and enable us to shift the blame. Ethics is all about owning the choices we make, being conscious of them.
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