70% of digital transformations fall short of their objectives.
Why? Reasons include third party failures, software issues and cyber attacks. Leading the list, however, is change management itself – the House of Commons Treasury Committee named this a root cause of failure in 91% of IT incidents in the financial services sector.
At the heart of change is the need for a cohesive team and strong leadership. This can be hard to achieve in the digital field, where transformation project teams are often assembled almost entirely from individuals from outside the organisation.
And no matter how talented they may be individually, there’s no way that they can automatically work effectively together without the right inspiration and management.
For this whitepaper, we interviewed senior transformation executives in banking and FMCG, as well as a Professor of sports psychology to gather insights from their experiences.
Download your copy now for advice, tips and inspiration.
- What we can learn from sports psychologists about the habits of successful leaders
- The pros and cons of different ways to resource your project team
- Why talent alone is not enough to guarantee success
- 6 key takeaways for inspiring your team
- How to set your culture and nurture team spirit
- Practical tips for making sure roles and responsibilities are clear
- When you can and ought to delegate