Gartner Research

Creating Strategy at the Speed of Digital Business

Published: 08 January 2019

ID: G00375153

Analyst(s): Irving Tyler , Ian Cox , Peter Skyttegaard , Noah Rosenstein

Summary

Creating strategy in a dynamic and rapidly changing digital world is challenging. CIOs should adopt an agile and iterative strategy process to enable the enterprise to respond quickly to new opportunities and threats and to keep pace with the speed of digital business.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges

Introduction

Analysis

  • Accelerate the Strategy Development Process With a Minimum Viable Strategy
  • Develop and Evolve Strategy on a Continual Basis
  • Build the Ability to Sense and Respond to Changes in the Business Context
    • Define What Needs to Be Monitored
    • Establish Feedback Loops
    • Ensure There Is a (Fast) Response
  • Conclusion

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