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Digital Culture Enablement
Business Capabilities & Technology Focus
Custom-tailored Training Program
For a true unified digital transformation, it’s critical for executive stakeholders to take an active role throughout the process. By using a series of tools and custom-tailored training programs, we provide your team with a new way to approach transformations, an approach that can also be applied to future projects as well. Involving stakeholders across all tiers within the organization ensures a home-grown solution and ultimately elevates both acceptance and adoption.
We believe that nurturing a digital culture within an organization is more than just implementing technologies. Having the right mentalities, skills, and attitudes are crucial in making a digital transformation successful. We empower your team to open communication, increase participation, get buy-in, and identify easy wins by using a series of tools and techniques which maintain interest and motivation
This interactive process first focuses on the user requirements in order to develop a viable solution much earlier than a monolithic waterfall approach, and can quickly be vetted by stakeholders across all tiers of the organization before being locked in to a pre-conceived product. Iterations are repeated to hone in a more perfect solution while always moving forward. This allows for early results, quick feedback, and ensures a home-grown solution that ultimately elevates both acceptance and adoption.
To fully maximize your digital transformation, aligning business capabilities to a technology blueprint and roadmap is a critical first step. Your team has successfully built and developed the current state, identified the need for a transformation, but hasn’t laid out a detailed route to the future state. Our process provides the link between your current and future business capabilities to develop this aligned technology roadmap.
Security should not be implemented as an afterthought once you have digitally transformed. This creates unnecessary costs, delays, and potential gaps in your security solution. To avoid these issues, we believe security is a critical pillar in developing your Unified Digital Transformation plan from the beginning. Each sprint in an agile development approach needs to integrate security requirements as part of a successfully woven implementation
Unified Digital Transformation
Transformation is a process that starts with a Business Modeling Canvas to identify key gaps between business capabilities, resources, and activities. After a thorough dive is performed using agile methodology, technical solutions are applied to match all the requirements. A Unified Digital Transformation ensures all the necessary people, teams, processes, and ultimate goals are brought together, aligned, and supported for a successful completion of the project.
Are your business capabilities digital yet?
Our Unified Digital Transformation approach can help you succeed.
Pandoblox manages the change process with a unique approach that goes beyond everyday IT focus. We empower your business and technology leaders by providing trusted technical solutions with interactive alignment using firsthand experience in a unified approach.
Technology road map not tied to future state business capabilities
Digital Transformation is treated as an IT only initiative
70% of Digital Transformations fail because only 30% of the company is involved
Lack of leadership and stakeholder buy-in
Locked into a monolithic waterfall approach
Most Digital Transformations will fail because...
How to communicate with customers if you have a breach?
Have you experienced a security breach in your organization? Do you have a responsibility to disclose the breach to high-touch customers? Here are some pragmatic tips from James Rinaldi, a veteran CIO and current CTIA at JPL, on how to communicate a breach and remediation plan to customers.
How to communicate with stakeholders if you have a breach?
During any security event, communicating information to key stakeholders, shareholders, executive staff, or the board of directors, needs to be handled carefully. James Rinaldi, Chief ITA at Jet Propulsion Labs (JPL), explains how to message and answer questions to convey urgency without panic.
Building for the future in growth mode
Andrew Clarke shares that while their company is in growth mode, they’ve been unable to invest in the technology and infrastructure needed to attain such growth. He is grateful for the roadmap and tailored support Pandoblox provided to help them build the capabilities to get started in their growth trajectory.
How do you know when to change the culture and how do you change culture?
Pat Turpin recommends checking Patrick Leoncini’s “The Five Dysfunctions of a Team” where a test helps one determine if an organization has a culture problem. He also says that it is crucial that an organization determines its culture, and it shall serve as its “North Star” as it works its way through its strategy. This culture can take into a variety of forms depending on the organization, but it has to be authentic.
KPIs: A Love-Hate Relationship
Every part of the organization such as performance management, supply chain to operational planning uses some form of KPIs to measure levels of success. Fully leveraging values streams-driven KPIs give businesses the power to pinpoint challenges and opportunities faster. Effective KPIs are important not only to measure performance over time but to garner deeper insights from the data as well as to implement new strategies.
Pandoblox Executive Partner Bob van Dusen busts the myth that OKRs can be quickly defined without doing the actual work of making sure all aspects are measurable. On the other hand, there is a sense of discipline in creating OKRs based on having a well-defined objective that provides a specific and desired result that will benefit the organization.