Hi community members,
In the process of transitioning from a legacy to a digital-first company, the scope of change may include people, systems, processes, and even attitudes and beliefs.
And at every level of change, a healthy transformation pipeline is needed. What are your tips and recommendations on how to build a healthy transformation pipeline?
Regional Manager/ Service Delivery Manager at ASPL INFO Services
20 January 22
Hi @Amar Yelane ,
Hope the below points answers your query. Do let me know you views.
Some Factors for Successful Digital Transformation1. OrientationEstablish a new perspective to drive meaningful change. If your organization is built on the “inside out” model, meaning that it is organized around your internal processes and functions, update to focus on customer needs, wants and priorities2. PeopleUnderstand customer values, expectations and behaviors. This requires digital transformation buy-in at all levels— all employees and leadership— so that the entire organization is aligned with digital goals and strategies.3. ProcessesAssess operational infrastructure and update (or revamp) technologies, processes and policies to support change. Start with the contact center, which is a key platform for delivering great customer experiences, and make it collaborative, unified, and intelligent4. ObjectivesDefine the purpose of digital transformation, aligning stakeholders (and shareholders) around the new vision and roadmap. Set goals for your digital transformation— what specific areas do you hope to improve through digital? What kind of metrics are you hoping to achieve? Setting quantifiable KPIs can help ensure that you meet your digital transformation objectives.5. StructureForm a dedicated digital experience team with roles/responsibilities/objectives/accountability clearly defined. Ensure the entire team is aware of objectives and processes so that you are centered on purpose.6. Insights & IntentGather data and apply insights toward strategy to guide digital evolution. Data can help you streamline experiences across customer journeys, no matter how they interact with your brand. Data can also help you evaluate the results— brand relevance, increased revenue, and more— of your digital transformation7. TechnologyRe-evaluate front and back-end systems for seamless, integrated and native customer experiences and, ultimately, employee experiences. Use technology to promote trustworthiness and meet ever-increasing customer expectations. Ensure your content and communications are platform-proof so that algorithm changes do not interfere with customer experiences8. ExecutionImplement, learn and adapt to steer ongoing digital transformation and customer experience work. Evaluate the state of your transformation frequently so you can make adjustments if necessary.