An increasing number of companies has woken up over the past couple of years. They can see – or even feel – the pressing need to change their business with digitization. That doesn’t just mean developing a new digital strategy. Changing the knowledge, skills and behavior of your employees is also a crucial part of keeping up. Hello, solid learning strategy!
We’ve received a lot of questions about this topic. Sometimes very straight-forward (How can I make sure that the company-wide implementation of our CRM-system will happen without a hitch?), at other times regarding complex matter (Our IT-architecture is a bunch of legacy-spaghetti and we’re pretty much stuck in our place. Help us absorb the new strategy and change the mindset of our people.)
We see a wide array of topics mentioned: ranging from private cloud and data security to omnichannel strategy and service-based architecture. Trends such as AI, machine learning, robotics and blockchain, but also process-based transformations for Agile, Continuous Integration & Delivery and DevOps.
We clearly see there’s a need to work smarter (how do algorithms work?) and more social (how can you work together in a digital company?).
Sometimes our role will go a lot further than implementing a strong learning strategy. We can be a true catalyst for change during times when we help to sharpen both vision and strategy, making the way forward easier to tread upon when some key decisions are made.