No Big Bang Projects

July 13th, 2020

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.


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I help companies through digital transformations by designing and developing systems that improve human decision making with data, cloud, software, and mathematics (Machine Learning, Operations Research, Statistics). I also enjoy coaching teams and publishing content on Smart Automation.

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