Culture

Aprimo John Stammen

It is not technology, but culture, that is critical to becoming a future-forward business. So says futurist Chris Riddell, the first ever Chief Digital Officer for Mars Incorporated and global futures advisor to the Australian Federal Police. During Genesys’ Humanity Reinvented: Beyond Tomorrow webinar, Riddell discouraged the audience of business

Successful digital transformation initiatives must be accompanied by culture changes, says Gartner. That means CIOs responsible for digital initiatives will need to play a key role in establishing the right mindsets and practices. Gartner predicts that by 2021, CIOs will be as responsible for culture change as chief HR officers

According to data from Gartner’s 2018 CEO survey, CMOs are an essential part of the team driving digital transformation across the enterprise. Why marketing? Put simply, it’s being driven by the power of the buyer.  Buyer demands for the great experiences enabled by digitalisation are forcing CMOs and marketers to reevaluate their strategies and

Cathleen Blanton, Vice President in Gartner Research

When asked about the biggest barriers to change, an organisation’s existing culture is always close to the top of the list for IT leaders. According to Gartner, 46 per cent of CIOs identified culture as the largest barrier to realising the promise of digital business. But the analysts also argue

Recently I was asked this rather smart question by the CEO of a financial services company. He knows they must embark on a digital transformation journey. Given what we have learned from the experience of others, should he lead the effort with culture change or technology change? The reflexive answer that

Culture is “critical” for innovation and organisations are increasingly adopting new business models to foster it, according to Deloitte partner, Bradley Burt. However, many executives still misperceive innovation and the associated technology, he said. Intelligent enterprises effectively use their data assets to achieve their desired outcomes faster – and with

We live in a disrupted age. For those already struggling, the situation is unlikely to improve.  Indeed, listen to management consultants like McKinsey and Company, and they will tell you all value chains will be disrupted. But we are not so much accelerating towards entropy, as replacing an old order

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Culture,  an often intangible and nebulous construct, is nevertheless the reason why digital transformation projects sink or swim. That’s the view expressed by industry leaders to Which-50 this week in a series of media events and roundtables in Sydney, and interviews with CEOs in the US and Singapore. “Culture is

Getting culture right is the key to success in a digital world and resolving culture issues is “no longer optional.” That’s according to a new report from according from McKinsey & Company. “Leaders won’t achieve the speed and agility they need unless they build organisational cultures that perform well across

Existing corporate culture is one of the biggest hurdles for companies adapting to the digital era. And it’s getting worse. According to a new survey from Capgemini, 62 per cent of respondents see corporate culture as one of the biggest hurdles in the journey to becoming a digital organisation. The