If you try to squeeze into jeans you've outgrown, you may initially succeed, but eventually a button will pop. Similarly, you may be able to enforce corporate change, but it will fall apart if your culture doesn't support it. Jim Hemerling, Julie Kilmann, Martin Danoesastro, Liza Stutts and Cailin Ahern of the Boston Consulting Group explain why your digital transformation must come with a sweeping culture change. getAbstract recommends their applicable report to managers at any stage of a digital transformation.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why neglecting culture puts organizational change at risk,
- Which five characteristics define a digital culture and
- Which three steps will help you build a digital culture.
About the Authors
Jim Hemerling, Julie Kilmann, Martin Danoesastro, Liza Stutts and Cailin Ahern are professionals at the Boston Consulting Group.
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