Why digital transformations fail and what we can do about it.

In this rapidly evolving global context, we can no longer rely on small iterations and improvements, in order to keep the pace. The need to make an informed move has never been more important. Yet, many organisations go after the next shiny object, system or solution, and invest heavily in resource time and funding, only to discover that the projects take twice as long to produce a fraction of the benefit outlined in the original business case.

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Learning is the new execution

Learning is the new execution. According to BCG's Martin Reeves, from a competitive and performance standpoint, it was previously understood that a company remained ahead of its competitors on key metrics for a cycle of 8 years. In more recent studies, that time frame has diminished to within one year. The implication of this is that to stay ahead; organisations need to learn and innovate 8X faster.

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