Digital transformation: Next-generation tools for the new reality
Everybody is talking about Digital Transformation and the challenges that lie in the very technology that has given rise to them. Is your organisation ready for it? Do you have the right tools to enable this transformation to happen? Transform with Ludic’s next generation consulting for the new reality.
The case for a new approach
In today’s rapidly changing business world digital technologies are posing new challenges to organisation and require a shift to new business model and new ways of working.
At the same time, the opportunities this new reality presents are immense for those in a position to grasp them. Global organisations cannot afford to be complacent. To survive and succeed in the future, they must shift away from traditional ways of working with their entire ecosystem of customers, partners, suppliers and people into more agile, technology enabled. And yet while many are ready to accept that more intuitive, responsive and agile ways of delivering and enabling transformation are required, they are still struggling with fixed programme plans that do not enable them to keep momentum and rapidly scale up.
The new challenges
Given the limitations of traditional tools, we have found that the optimal approach to transformation needs to address the following challenges:
1. Connectivity and collaboration: As organisations and their workforces become more tribal teams are less physically connected. New ways of building relationships and collaborating are critical to support effective collaboration while fostering creativity and the sense of community.
2. People Engagement: At times of change, businesses need to tell new stories to take their people on the transformation journey. Alternatives to large-scale physical events are needed to tell these stories in energising and motivating ways and maintain alignment across time and distance.
3. Scaling up at speed: The complexity of the new reality and speed at which businesses must adapt requires rapid iteration methodologies and multiple, ongoing transformation programmes implemented in parallel across the organisation.
4. Evidencing Success: Real-time feedback and evidence of results and success are necessary to allow course correction or adjustment in strategies if a system is to become truly agile and able to take advantage of new developments, not just respond to them.
5. Self-organisation: The most successful and sustainable transformations happen when organisations have the skills and tools to deliver change themselves. Stakeholders are more likely to be engaged and motivated by a transformation programme if they have been part of it.
6. Capability Building: Transformation is not just about creating new systems and governance models, it is also about building capability. The most impactful approach uses a single platform to deliver next generation learning, allowing a flexible, highly personalised learning journey, tailored to the individuals needs and the link to the business objectives.
Tools for Digital Transformation
The answers to all these challenges lie in the very technology that has given rise to them. At Ludic, following 15 years of research and practice, guided by our clients’ needs, we have developed the powerful toolkit for Digital Transformation that organisations need, to turn the objective to digitally transform into a reality.
By allowing them to create a bespoke blueprint for change, Ludic’s tools for Digital Transformation enable organisations to “own” their transformation, unlocking potential existing within them and reinforcing engagement. With Ludic’s award winning, proven platform for implementation, organisations steer into their future and make the most of the opportunities presented by the new digital reality.