Most organisations are undergoing some degree of digital transformation to innovate products, services and business models. Technology leaders have seen many of their business counterparts turn to third party providers in the frenzied rush to adopt the new.
Technology leaders have responded in a number of ways, to digital transformation, such as becoming more agile or creating digital units separate from traditional IT organizations. But is this enough, or do enterprises need to adopt entirely new IT operating models? And is this rapid pace of change applicable to large as well as smaller organisations? In this podcast, Guy Holland, Partner, National Leader - Digital Consulting, Technology Strategy & Performance, KPMG and Brad Miller, Partner, National Leader – Advisory, KPMG Enterprise offer their views.
“CIOs need to become true business partners across the IT ecosystem, leverage their operations and promote the service.”
“The role of the CIO will evolve: there will be greater devolution of power, with the business and IT working together to deliver change.”
“Modernisation means investing in cloud technologies that can be configured to individual needs. Act as a centre for excellence, put governance frameworks in place, monitor performance, make good use of data to protect the enterprise.”
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