A successful digital culture starts with the right mission statement — but not this one.
“We are transforming into a digital-first organization ready for the challenges of the 21st century, exploiting our ecosystem of partners in order to deliver agility and innovation and engagement to our customer-centric, blah, blah, blah engagement … you know, like shoot me. Nobody gets out of bed for that, right?” (Mary Mesaglio, Gartner)
This week on Gartner ThinkCast, we’ve got your wake-up call for creating a thriving digital culture. No, get out of the fetal position, no need to stress; your culture is not too big to tackle. It just seems that way.
“When something becomes such a big topic, it actually in effect becomes nothing, because you have no idea how to work on it.” (Christie Struckman, Gartner)
We areknocking culture change down to size, as we break through the barriers to culture change, grab hold of failure, and ride it to the top of digital business.
But before we leap over those barriers, I have a quick announcement – we’ve heard from you that there is a barrier to absorbing all the information on Gartner ThinkCast before the next one comes along. So we’re slowing our roll, as it were – from now on, we’ll be coming to you every other week. Fittingly, that makes the next program a Christmas gift of sorts, as Gartner ThinkCast arrives on December 25th for the holiday season, and then returns on January 8th. Hopefully it proves an even better fit for your busy schedule. Let us know if it does – or doesn’t – by giving us a rating and a comment wherever you subscribe to Gartner ThinkCast.