Digital transformation has been part of most company strategies for at least the last few years – though often with a range of different aims and working to varying timelines. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses across Western Europe had to radically change the way they operated.
CIOs – many of whom have been advocating and instigating digital transformation for years – have seized the opportunity, rising to the occasion during these most testing of times. Has the role of the CIO been changed due to the global pandemic? Find out in the full report that despite increased C-Suite collaboration there are also differences of opinion.
What’s impacting your organization’s digital transformation journey? With 35% also viewing their organisation’s business models as too complex, it’s not hard to understand why digital transformation is seen as such a challenge by CIOs. Download the full report to find out the top three barriers for businesses in Western Europe.
Now more than ever, innovation is required to help organizations continuously change and stay competitive. But within the C-Suite there’s a tug of war when it comes to how innovation should be approached. Most CIOs agree that outside-in thinking is critical to the success of their digital transformation. Measurement and ROI is also a crucial part of digital transformation.
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