But it’s not just about technology. It’s about the people inside the business. The way we have been taught to work and the way that we do is for a time that’s passing.
Their ability to shift from an old way of doing and becoming responsive to market change will define your success.
Irrespective of what exponential technology you implement, if you can’t get your people to shift, your digital transformation efforts will fall short and fail.
At WTF we have developed a strategy, and an approach called 1%, where we look at building compounded momentum, by making small shifts every day, including your strategy, your process and your people.
Brett St Clair
The Digital Transformation message is clear – The way we have been taught to work is losing relevance – and we need to relearn and change how we work. It’s about changing the way you work and shifting from a siloed structured organisation to an adaptive, responsive. This is hard and it’s why:
Big massive change is really, really hard, but small change is really really easy. And when you make small 1% changes, every day, it compounds. The key is that it’s a company-wide effort, where:
The 1% WTF Strategy is designed to support your current efforts, rather than replace them.
Lead by Brett St Clair, who was schooled in this approach at Google, and Michael Cowen, whose Deloitte Digital experience will guide you through the three critical areas where 70% of digital transformation fail in, namely:
“The difference between your Digital transformation succeeding and failing is when staff voluntarily opt into the hardest change journey that they will ever do. This is why bite-size chunks work so well.”
Our 1% Digital Transformation Framework takes the pain out of the process and helps you win.