Our analysis of organisations who are ‘very effective’ at using digital technologies to advance their business strategy.
Whether disruptive technologies are viewed as a threat, an opportunity, or both, the need for digitally enabled business transformation is a survival issue for some and a strategic imperative for just about everyone else. But organisations are meeting with varying levels of success.
In this year’s Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey, we recognised that there was a group of respondents who are ‘very effective’ at using digital technologies to advance their business strategy. We have labelled these organisations ‘Digital Leaders’.
Based on extensive analysis of the survey data, KPMG member firms’ professional experience and conversations with clients, we have identified four key principles that set these ‘digital leaders’ apart from other organisations. The report describes each in more detail:
But how do you become a digital leader? KPMG’s report sets out six steps that organisations can take to help close the gap, and move them down the road towards digital business leadership.