For a company not purely digital that aims to make a big shift towards digital, there’s another issue it must be aware of: the company must integrate digital in its core business. It means that digital skills must come skills that are highly valued within the company. Both on business and tech sides. Keep reading →
In the previous episode, I talked about how Management 3.0 may be a positive approach for management of companies and how to avoid some of the hurdles when making a change towards this kind of management. However, I can easily hear many CxOs and managers, used to working in classic “control & command” organizations, who will raise their voice and say: “yeah, yeah, that’s pretty nice on the paper, but letting people be autonomous and do whatever they want will just be a mess!” Actually, my first answer for them would be “yes, you are completely right!” Keep reading →
About ten years later, the situation started to change dramatically, in every region of the world.
For the past few years, we’ve witnessed accelerated disruptions in many areas of economy, and big traditional companies have been challenged on their own core business. Digital-born players have taken significant market shares in the traditional industries: