The Agility Trap: 2016 Global Executive Study into the State of Digital Transformation

Posted: 10/26/2016

Read the latest research revealing the true disruption faced by businesses on the path to digital change.

Companies undergoing transformation can experience a lot of turbulence along the way. Large, complex organizations often discover that the pace of change is set by their customers and a wave of disruptive competition. This can make these businesses feel very slow, very quickly.

To find out what measures can be taken to increase the pace of business change and the probability of success, Bizagi interviewed over 1000 representatives from large businesses worldwide, asking them to share their experiences and opinions of driving digital transformation. The result is The Agility Trap, a clear and concise report that demonstrates the disruption transforming businesses face, highlights pitfalls to avoid, and explains how to ignite the power of digital change.

What will you learn from this report?

The research explores the challenges surrounding digital transformation and provides recommendations based on four key areas.

• Understanding the drivers of change for your business
• Identifying the risk factors that influence successful transformation
• Overcoming cultural and organizational resistance to change
• Increasing the agility of existing systems to drive transformation

This survey of over 1000 businesses across the globe has identified a common experience, where large businesses are trapped in gridlock on the road to transformationessential reading for business and technology leaders everywhere.

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Posted: 10/26/2016