As a (construction related) organization you have to find your way within a rapidly developing, digitalizing world. If your organization does not evolve with it, it will probably not exist within a few years. For the survival of your organization you must participate in the digital transformation of the present and the future. During the journey, the knowledge, skills, flexibility, creativity and agility of the organization will be put to the test.
Nowadays there is a digital solution for almost every problem, to name a few: IoT, Big Data, Human Machine Interfacing, Data Analytics and Robotizing. All these digital solutions are great but will be of no use if…
…your organization does not make a structural change,
…your behaviour and the behaviour of your colleagues does not change,
…you do not give appropriate attention to both the hard and the soft side of the changing process
Xeelas says that the digital transformation of your (construction related) organization succeeds or fails with behavioural change and the willingness to apply those changes in practice.
The following six focus areas are the pillars on which the success of your digital transformation is built.
1) A clear strategic direction
Choose a clear strategy, a focused action plan and an effective implementation. Employees within the organization must be familiar with the new direction of the organization.
2) An enthusiastic top team
Jij dient een ambitieus team te hebben dat de veranderingen binnen de organisatie in goede banen leidt. Zij dienen met één stem te spreken en eenduidige boodschappen over te brengen aan de stakeholders.
3) A good management infrastructure
You must have an ambitious team to steer the changes within the organization in the right direction. They should speak with a single voice and communicate an unambiguous message to the stakeholders.
4) A healthy company culture
In the words of the American management professor Peter Drucker: ‘Culture eats strategy for breakfast’. No matter how smart a strategy is, if the company culture is not being paid enough attention to, change has no chance at all. In short, provide a healthy company culture and make sure the strategy and the company culture are not at odds with each other.
5) A vital organization
Provide enough physical and mental energy within the organization. This is how you develop the indispensable changing capacity that enables your employees to renovate a helicopter while flying, in a manner of speaking.
6) A good chemistry
Make sure that the employees feel connected to all the new developments within the organization and try to secure the individual connection in the changing process.
Xeelas listens to the needs of the people in your organization, helps you to develop a clear company strategy and looks at how technology fits within. Please contact us for an exploratory conversation.
Also keep an eye on our website for an article in which we will discuss in further detail how you can make your company strategy and IT strategy integrate with each other.