Digital transformation is no longer relevant as a strategy on its own, but what will ensure that organizations adopt digital technology successfully in the future?
In my latest episode of The Dynamic Enterprise, I explain why I use the word “dynamism” to describe the continuous progress that enterprises need to undertake to stay relevant. The term is borrowed from the cubist movement, but the idea behind it applies just as well to the modern technological landscape. I also explain my model of how organizations can apply the patterns of dynamism to all their operations, becoming more innovative in the process.
Watch the video below to learn the fundamentals of a dynamic enterprise.
Learn in episode one why you can no longer rely on digital transformation to respond quickly to market demands.
About the author
Lou Powell brings a steadfast drive for innovation to his role as partner at Concentrix Catalyst, a Google Apigee agency that was awarded a 2019 Apigee Partner of the Year distinction. At Concentrix Catalyst, he works closely with businesses to create pioneering experiences and accelerate outcomes, unlocking greater value and market leadership. He worked in advertising and digital marketing before launching his own business, Vanick Digital, which he led for 19 years before acquisition by Concentrix Catalyst. Lou is a lifelong student of technology pattern adoption and the practices of tech natives, and he brings a design-thinking approach to technology in all of his work. He has also contributed to Forbes Technology Council.