Data and technology heavily influence the way organizations operate. New companies with new digital business models are changing the market at rapid speed. Entire ecosystems are transforming. Incumbents are forced to think about the way they will take advantage of these digital developments.
A clear and practicable digital strategy, which is supported by the organization’s leadership, is essential to any digital transformation. For Anderson MacGyver ‘practicable’ implies that the strategy’s impact on the organisation, as well as its processes, systems and partners has been assessed. We know that while working on a digital future, it is often necessary to also rethink the current processes and systems (the ‘core’).
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WHITE PAPER – VALUEWEB
Organizations and their boards tend to take themselves as the starting point for strategic or business issues. In literature, too, the reasoning is often based on one’s own organization. This one-dimensional perspective leads to missed opportunities and strategic errors in an economy that is increasingly based on cooperation in design, production, distribution and services. As Anderson MacGyver, we bring together all these value-creating ecosystems, chain connections and other networks of collaboration under the denominator ValueWeb.
Nowadays, technology and data are essential elements within your strategy. For succeeding in a digital world, the inevitable fusion of business and IT strategy is required: a digital strategy. This white paper introduces a 2×2 model helps you decide on the strategic focus of your digital ambitions.
This white paper explains the works of our Operating Model Canvas, an integral part of the Anderson MacGyver approach. The canvas will help organisations to reflect on the most effective and value added use of digital technology and to help shape the IT landscape.
DUTCH ONLY – In this whitepaper we describe how organizations can distil valuable knowledge from the excessive amount of available data, which can lead to an improved picture of customers, services, and business processes. We explain how customer value can be added to services and products, and how organizations can develop their capabilities to utilize data smarter.