Nowadays data is scattered everywhere. Buy a smart device and you are able to collect more than enough data. Invest in a CRM or ERP application and you will get attractive applications and dashboards. Thousands of companies have done so, but despite of the available technological advances, they are unable to capitalize the full data potential. The one and only reason for this is what we call ‘technology blindness’. Organizations forget that technology is a tool to support the business operations and often ignore the need to evolve their processes and human resources, to maximize the use of technology and data.
Disruptive technologies are forcing companies to make fundamental changes in the way of doing business to be able to survive in the digital area. Those trends are impacting the business models and make it difficult for organizations to keep satisfying the customer needs and be profitable in the long term.
It is reported that 38% of projects fail and never achieve their originally intended outcome, most of this because there was not effective organizational change management during the full life of the project.
Business strategies should derive from a set of beliefs of optimal allocation of capital across portfolios. Each project should have a strategy that aligns with the organizational strategy, to deploy resources, to drive growth, generate value, and a create sustainable competitive advantage.
for Finance, Supply Chain & Operations, CRM and Human Resources we have maturity scans, a framework that helps to identify the gaps between the current and the desired situation of organizational operations and processes. Together with our clients we will conduct workshops and use a questionnaire to collect feedback on various levels of the organization. The results are converted in business insights that will be translated into optimization and development opportunities, for both short- and long-term timeframes.