Closing the digital divide developing in today's economy.

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While only 14% of organization have advanced to the “Digital Transformer” stage, these organizations are rapidly pulling away from the rest - creating the beginning of a rift that will ultimately leave organizations on either side of the thrivers or survivors.

The Path to Digital Transformation (DX)

DX is multi-faceted.

  • Leadership: The ability to see changes in the eco-system and create a DX vision
  • Omni-Experience: Blend digital/physical experience to garner customer allegiance
  • Information: Turn information into a competitive advantage
  • Operating Model: Create new digital revenue streams from connected systems
  • Worksource: Leverage technology to win the talent wars

Lead the Transformation of IT

with Business to Create a Digital Enterprise

Focus on IT Organization Development and Talent Management

  • Rebalance IT’s talent portfolio for digital competencies
  • Develop consumer engagement expertise
  • Create an innovation culture that can generate digital revenue streams

Digital Capabilities with Enterprise Platform

Focus on IT Service Management and Enterprise Architecture

  • Create customer-facing and ecosystem-facing IT services
  • Implement cross functional DX program management
  • Deliver enterprise applications on standard platforms

New Techniques, and Technologies into IT Organization

Focus on Change Management Techniques

  • Transform IT Infrastructure and Operations
  • Focus on “Infrastructure Innovation”
  • Selectively incorporate new skills

Get away from two-speed leadership approaches that hamper your progress.
Embrace a leadership approach that creates a virtual cycle of innovation.

Lack of vision or credibility will keep 40% of CIOs from attaining leadership roles in enterprise DX by 2017.

By 2019, 80% of bimodal IT organizations will accumulate a crippling technical debt.

By 2019, 75% of CIOs will see the limits of bimodal IT and embrace an approach that embodies a virtual cycle of innovation.

Utilize IDC's 50 years of experience to move from the old to the new

The challenges for CIOs are real, as are your opportunities for getting ahead of your competitors.