Courtney Hunt

Courtney Hunt

Courtney Hunt is the founder of the Denovati Group

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Recent opportunities for The Denovati Group may be an indication that we’re finally approaching a tipping point when it comes to digital leadership education, training that can help current and aspiring leaders at all levels better prepare themselves for today’s digital realities and their digital futures. In this article I underscore

Built on a foundation of guiding principles, a digital transformation plan of action includes nine main initiatives that organizational leaders should take. Beginning with educating themselves to increase their own digital competencies, these initiatives include soliciting input from key stakeholders, revising the organization’s mission, business model, and offerings, leveraging technology to enhance

As organisations become digital enterprises, various business functions — and the professionals who work in them — will be digitally transformed as well. External applications of social and digital technologies like marketing and sales are just the tip of the iceberg. Internal applications and implications will be far more extensive

The digital era isn’t coming, and it’s not just getting started. From a technology perspective it is fully established, with roots that extend back to the middle of the twentieth century, and a future that extends as far as anyone today can imagine. Ongoing advances regularly remind us that the

There are three main phases to becoming a digital organisation: digitisation, digital engagement, and digital transformation. Not everyone is as digital-savvy as you, but you can help digital leadership rookies develop a conceptual foundation to understand where their organisations have been, where they are, and — most importantly — where

Leaders of many business-to-business (B2B) firms are uncertain – if not downright skeptical – about how social media can help them achieve their business development objectives. Tempted by the media hype and low barriers to entry, some B2B firms have experimented with establishing a presence on some of the best

  There are five main barriers to digital engagement, as I have written before, that affect organisations, their leaders, and other senior professionals. These barriers include lack of knowledge and understanding of social and digital technologies, framing that leads to risk aversion, poor/no roadmaps, and inadequate resource allocation. A related

Many leaders are still trying to figure out whether, when and how they should begin to transform their organization into a “social enterprise.” What are the organizational and workforce characteristics that should be considered in making that decision and taking the necessary actions. There are three sets of factors: those

While public social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn can help organizations of all types enhance their marketing, public relations, and other external communication efforts, they may not be the best choice for facilitating more private interactions. It is useful to understand the risks associated with public platforms

In spite (or perhaps because) of rapid and ongoing technological advances, many individuals today are inadequately prepared to leverage available tools and technologies to communicate and collaborate with their colleagues and external stakeholders. Traditionally, the digital divide was about access and cost, but it is becoming an issue of knowledge