Digital Transformation Survival Guide Part 2

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Digital transformation survival guide Part 2

Digital transformation survival guide:
Unlocking business value with an open platform

Part 2: Appraise yourself honestly

In Part 1 of this guide, we discussed why it’s important for business leaders to embrace the challenges of digital transformation. The next step is to understand your current level of digital maturity so you can make a realistic plan.

Part 2 explains the Digital Maturity Assessment. It draws on research with over 2,100 enterprises to help you map your current capabilities and challenges to your goals, so you can keep moving forward no matter where you are today. The assessment provides:

  • Your overall score, which measures your current digital maturity compared to your peer organizations
  • Your spider chart showing relative strengths and weaknesses across five key areas
  • Personalized guidance on how to avoid pitfalls and accelerate digital projects

The first step in moving your digital projects forward is knowing where you’re starting from. Download Part 2 of the guide to get started.

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