I am regularly asked to summarize my many posts. I thought it would be a good idea to publish on this blog, every Monday, some of the most relevant articles that I have already shared with you on my social networks.
Today I will share some of the most relevant articles about Digital Transformation and in what form you can find it in today’s life. I will also comment on the articles.
On Beckershospitalreview.com: https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/digital-transformation/what-800-execs-said-they-needed-to-undergo-a-digital-transformation.html
What 800 execs said they needed to undergo a digital transformation. The pandemic has led to calls for a digital overhaul of long-standing hospital practices, but there are still some outstanding factors causing hesitation, according to a July 9 Harvard Business Review report. In a survey of nearly 800 board directors, three trends emerged as the biggest roadblocks to adapting to a digital-first world. Have a read to check the 3 trends.
On ITproportal.com: https://www.itproportal.com/features/why-digital-transformation-projects-fail/
Why digital transformation projects fail. Focus on the users of technology first to build your brand. A successful business needs a complete team of people who collaborate and work for its customers and an outstanding user experience is critical to implementing a digital transformation strategy. The success of the business is pivotal on the user adoption of this technology, which means that companies whose technology frameworks are designed around the user and engaging users via multi-channel strategies, will be the most profitable. Global spending on digital transformation technology is predicted to reach $6.8 trillion by 2023 (IDC) and Forbes claim that 84 percent of companies fail at digital transformation. Tim Barber, Managing Director at AzteQ, reveals some of the most likely reasons for failure and his advice to transformation directors looking to make technology investment in rushing to keep up with the competition, and to boost their profitability.
On Plutoshift.com: https://plutoshift.com/towards3z-podcast-digital-transformation/
Towards 3Z Podcast: Zero Emissions, Zero Downtime, Zero Waste and Digital Transformation. A great podcast where you will learn:
- How to deploy an enterprise data platform across several plants belonging to the same company
- How Covid accelerated the adoption of automation across various workflows
- How to manage conversations with customers when they are considering CAPEX versus OPEX accounting in enterprise software
- The need to focus on thoroughly assessing prospective customers to avoid “pilot purgatory”
On Forbes.com: https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2021/07/16/why-digital-investment-is-a-smart-bet-in-facing-todays-manufacturing-labor-shortage/
Why Digital Investment Is A Smart Bet In Facing Today’s Manufacturing Labor Shortage. In the United States, there’s a growing sense that the Covid-19 crisis is now abating. Returning to some sort of normal has become the prevailing ethos. While the coronavirus continues to be a threat by inflicting damage in other regions, causing havoc with supply chains and disrupting overseas travel, the manufacturing industry is now cautiously planning for the future.
Lessons Learned From The Department Of Defense That Can Help Evolve Your Supply Chain. In the late ’90s, I was deployed to combat operations in Kosovo as the CIO for a U.S. Army Apache helicopter squadron. We constantly applied mission data to gain situational awareness, conduct course-of-action scenario planning, contemplate risks and enact mitigation plans.
On Hortidaily.com: https://www.hortidaily.com/article/9339963/digital-transformation-of-the-green-fingers-is-key-for-food-production/
Digital transformation of the green fingers is key for food production. “Sense, analyze, act, that’s what growers are doing all day. Monitoring and judging the plants, analyzing all information and taking action when needed. The expertise and experience of the growers are the main sources for actions to be taken,” says Aad van den Berg, Managing Director at Delphy. In this article, he shares his horticulture vision. “Action is taken manually on crops or as setpoints for any automation. It’s these green fingers of the grower that analyze the plant status and that define the actions at their core, while data supports this process more and more. ” Another good article where you can understand why every activity can benefit from a digital transformation process.
On Enterprisetalk.com: https://enterprisetalk.com/featured/top-4-signs-businesses-are-making-progress-with-digital-transformation/
Top 4 Signs Businesses Are Making Progress with Digital Transformation. Since digital transformation is more a journey than a destination it’s success can be difficult to measure for leaders who are accustomed to evaluating performance metrics. It’s crucial, however, to keep track of how far digital transformation has progressed. COVID-19 is boosting demand for digital transformation quicker than before as the pandemic exposes vast inefficiencies and disrupts outdated ecosystems and business models. Therefore, companies should ensure that they are on the right track with digital transformation now more than ever to maintain business continuity and remain competitive.