ABOUT THE BOOK
“ITS NOT THE STRONGEST OF THE SPECIES THAT SURVIVES, NOR THE MOST INTELLIGENT, IT IS THE ONE THAT IS THE MOST ADAPTABLE TO CHANGE”
– CHARLES DARWIN
The famous quote from Charles Darwin seems apt for the Disruptive Digital Era, moving beyond the realms of physical limitations, opening new frontiers, and changing the fundamentals along the way.
As a result, we are seeing the creation of highly Agile, Fearless and Hyper-Connected Digital Enterprise, willing to take on the world with unknowns at a rate never seen before.
One of the factors that I believe is the biggest obstacle to transformation is the fear of cannibalization.
CEO at Mphasis
The biggest impedient to a company’s future success is its past success.
CEO of PayPal
We are at the end of the digital beginning as companies reshape and retool for life in the new normal.
PWC’s global entertainment and media outlook
It’s no longer the big beating the small, but the fast beating the slow.
CIO of International Hotel Group (IHG)
When digital transformation is done right, it’s like a caterpillar turning into a butterfly, but when done wrong, all you have is a really fast caterpillar.
Principal Research Scientist with the MIT Sloan Initiative on the Digital Economy
Most of the executives I talk to are still very much focused on digital largely as a way to do “more of the same,” just more efficiently, quickly, cost effectively. But I don’t see a lot of evidence of fundamentally stepping back and rethinking, at a basic level, “What business are we really in?
John Hagel III
Co-Chairman at Deloitte LLP Center for the Edge leaders
In today`s era of volatility, there is no other way but to re-invent. The only sustainable advantage, you can have over other is Agility, that`s it. Because nothing else is sustainable, everything else you create, somebody else will replicate.
CEO of Amazon
In some ways, incumbents have a lot of benefits over new players, over start-ups. They have customers, they have great data, they often have a brand. They have financial resources, which a start-up may not have. The question is, can all of those capabilities and assets be deployed in a way that allows you to defend against new attackers as digital disrupts your industry?
Director at McKinsey
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The Blue Ocean Strategy focused on the Value Curve concept, using which organisations could either reduce or increase those features of the product that provide greater value to customers, compared to the industry standards and competitors. It’s a wonderful way to define the value Strategy of an organisation, focusing on building a unique proposition in…Read More
A sneak peek into organisational Journeys over the years has found that four factors have been common to driving success: · The ability to gain insights that go beyond what is stated · The ability to capitalize on insights to build products at the right cost · The ability to engage and influence at the right time · The…Read More
Digital disruption is at the heart of all the conversations I have with CEOs today. And this is not surprising, as it presents the most significant threats and opportunities any of us have faced in business. When assessing the implications, consider the fact that that new digital business models are the principal reason why just…Read More
FRAMINGHAM, Mass., February 23, 2017 – A new update to the Worldwide Semiannual Digital Transformation Spending Guide from International Data Corporation (IDC) forecasts worldwide spending on digital transformation (DX) technologies to be more than $1.2 trillion in 2017, an increase of 17.8% over 2016. IDC expects DX spending to maintain this pace with a compound annual growth rate…Read More
Large companies are throwing away roughly $400 billion (£258 billion) a year on digital and analytic business transformations that fail to deliver what they promise. According to a new study from Genpact, more than two thirds of digital transformation projects entered into fail to meet expectations. Problems aligning communication between IT and business teams is…Read More