Digitalisation has been a huge talking point over the past couple of years and has become even more meaningful since the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic. Remote work, home schooling and communicating at a distance have all played a major role in limiting social interactions to a minimum as means of preventing the virus from bringing down our health care systems.
Dans un monde en perpétuel changement, on est de plus en plus conscient que la seule façon de s’ajuster en permanence à l’environnement est de développer sa capacité à changer, d’être capable de tirer des leçons de ses erreurs et de savoir se remettre en question.
Le changement est induit à partir du moment où il existe un décalage entre l’état actuel d’une situation et celle que l’on souhaiterait voir dans l’entreprise, l’état futur.
Différentes raisons peuvent pousser au changement :
March 2020: From one day to the next millions of employees, managers and company owners have been progressively thrown into the world of virtual communication: online meetings, online presentations, webinars, virtual breakfasts and happy hours. There are a wide variety to choose from.
Applications allowing online video interaction such as Zoom.us, Webex and Livestorm have suddenly been flooded with registration requests while their stock value has soared to new records. As an example, Zoom.us stock value has practically doubled in the last 3 months.
Are you envisioning to go digital with your company? Then you have probably set up a transformation strategy and have it planned through. Well done!
Yet have you also taken your current organisational culture into consideration? If not, then your transition towards a digital future will most probably be in danger.
Did you know that a recent McKinsey (2016) study has shown that the biggest hurdle companies have to face when going digital is actually their own culture?
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