Descriptive, Predictive & Prescriptive
August 5th, 2020
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People selling Smart Automation often state that large projects with matching budgets are necessary to materialize value. This is absolutely wrong. On the contrary, very large projects should be avoided as they carry unnecessary risk. Digital transformations require iterative experimentation and have high failure rates, which is why you should use diversified strategic portfolios of short, focused, strategic projects that can be quickly killed if necessary. In this post you'll earn how to plan a digital transformation.
Digital transformations are composed of many small changes in a company's operations which combined produce a whole new way of working. They empower teams with tools and skills from Systems Thinking, Machine Learning, Operations Research, and other disciplines, so that they make smarter and faster decisions by leveraging Smart Automation with data-driven algorithms. To ensure success, these transformations require diversified portfolio strategies and this post we show how to build them.