For years, business transformation experts have recited the fact that transformation is about business and not technology, but many organisations still suffer at the hands of those that fail to see the bigger picture. Countless ERP disasters and siloed digital transformation attempts provide the lessons learned that many turn a blind eye to – often because while they understand technology, they do not understand the business needs of effective digital enterprise transformation.
A new MIT Sloan Management Review study explains that less-mature digital businesses are focused on solving discrete business problems with individual digital technologies. These are the organisations that take a random approach to digital transformation as opposed to adopting a structured business-centred approach such as that provided by the Digital Capability Framework (DCF) which incorporates the Business Transformation Management Methodology (BTM²).
Read Strategy, Not Technology, Drives Digital Transformation and download a 27-page report.
Listen to a brief introduction to the Digital Capability Framework.