4 ways digital transformation can help you adapt to a post-pandemic

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Heading into this year, a growing number of organizations were pondering the perceived benefits of a digital transformation effort—kicking the tires, as it were—and weighing those gains against the certain business disruptions such an effort would bring.In the new business environment brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, however, digital transformation may no longer be a “nice to have” strategy, but the very key to an organization’s survival.That fact will be hard for many organizations to accept, since a successful digital transformation effort requires a major change in corporate culture. Many will wonder if they must make those changes at the same time that they must mandated by COVID-19. Just how much change is too much? Peter F. Weis, principal at WeisAdvisors and a strategic advisor and digital transformation expert, said transformation is defined as a dramatic change in form or appearance.”So culturally, digital transformation for any organization is the 800-pound gorilla that leadership knows is right, but dreads taking on.”—Peter F. WeisTransformations are inflection points both for companies and the careers of its leaders, Weis said. “For better or worse, almost nothing is the same after a transformation.”Here’s why you should accelerate …

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