You've defined your vision, strategy, and several initiatives, and elected to use a technology platform to enable your goals. Now how do you build a team that balances delivering a quick-win with setting up your programme to scale for the long term?
Organisations can use digital nudges to adapt to changing conditions, new technologies, and competition. They can be an effective part of broader transformation and change programmes, and nudge people to behave in new ways.
In his book "The Halo Effect" Phil Rosenzweig revealed nine delusions that are commonly found in the corporate world. Fast forward a decade and this post reminds us of those nine delusions, and one more that has become relevant in recent years.
As with the adoption of other breakthrough technologies, AI is not only about technical adoption, it's about enterprise acceptance with buy-in by the executive suite to generate the momentum needed to overwhelm organisational inertia.
While some CFOs resist the digital finance imperative, CEOs have a responsibility to ensure Finance dusts off any antiquated ways of working that have already been assigned to the history books inside more progressive organisations.
The journey of enterprise digital transformation is an ambitious one where teams encounter a new set of challenges and opportunities. Leaders sometimes need to confront a completely new portfolio of risks, and here are 10 to be on the lookout for.
The acquisition of customers using digital is a prerequisite for survival these days. Independent professionals - just like every company - also need a digital and entrepreneurial mindset to remain visible and relevant, and iPro helps make the shift.