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Every organization has a plan for updating products, technologies, and business processes. But that's not enough anymore. With disruptive startups outperforming industry stalwarts, executives everywhere are pushing greater growth and innovation. Staying competitive demands a complete digital transformation.
For professionals charged with leading technology-driven change, the pressure is intense - and the path forward unclear. Author Isaac Sacolick has successfully spearheaded multiple transformations and helped shape digital-business best practices. Now in Driving Digital, he shares the lessons he's learned, detailing how to:
Formulate a digital strategy
Transform business and IT practices
Align Development and Operations
Promote agile practices
Drive culture change
Bolster digital talent
Manage a portfolio of initiatives
Capture and track ROI
Strengthen data-driven decision making and expand data science practices
Cultivate strategic technology capabilities
Develop innovative digital products
Enable product management
Pilot emerging technologies
Become smarter faster
Every company is on the cusp of digital disruption. But with so many pieces to the puzzle, efforts often get derailed. Driving Digital is the action plan you need to take your company and career into the future.
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By Holistic Health on 10-20-17
Best book I have read on Digital Transformation
Several points set this book apart from some others that I have read.
First, the author is technical, and has actually been hands-on for at least three transformations. Some CIOs are not technical, but this author can speak with authority because he has been deep enough in the weeds for the reader to trust his analysis and recommendations.
Second, I agree completely with the authors statements on Agile, Quality Assurance Teams, and DevOps as a whole. I have experience in a few of the areas, and he is spot on with his analysis. One cannot run a digital transformation without embracing Agile, QA, and DevOps. This book reinforces why.
I learned a lot from this book regarding Agile Portfolio Management and transformation into a data-driven organization. After reading the book, I learned why some regular practices will cause long-term problems.
I also really like how author speaks with candor, especially in both the introduction and the closing. I appreciate that he is a straight-shooter and tells it like it is. There needs to be more candor like this in many organizations.