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The role of the Quantified Organisation in Digital Transformation

The role of the Quantified Organisation in Digital Transformation

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most deployments fall into the ‘deploy and pray’ category, a minority address known pain points and use cases, whilst only about 20% of projects involve a concerted organisation-wide roll-out aimed at creating a connected company. He argued that some kind of paradigm shift is needed to go beyond just adopting social technologies towards creating a new kind of organisation designed around people- and network-centric principles...
organisational transformation tends to be driven by the question: What is the purpose of our organisation and what capabilities does it need to meet the challenges of the future?... , a capability-driven model identifies the properties needed by the organisation to be successful in the future even if it cannot predict exactly what is going to happen... We express these capabilities in a similar way to agile user stories in software development ... “As a sales organisation we need to offer an integrated experience (not just front-ends to a set of separate silos working apart) to grow key account value.”...
digital transformation is more about gradual changes, loosely joined, that move towards the capabilities and ways of working we know we need to create.

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