Digital Readiness Assessment
A digital readiness assessment indicates an enterprise's ability to transition from analog to digitized workflows that are enabled by software. Digital readiness is a complex concept since undergoing a digital transformation involves more than an investment in IT assets - it requires aligning six components of your business environment: strategy, culture, organization, processes, technology, and external customers and partners.
Digital readiness assessments are systematic and comparative analyses of a company's digital maturity across the six business environment components. Digital maturity is a key predictor of success for companies launching digital transformation initiatives. Assessing the digital maturity of your organization is key to defining the feasibility of new data-enabled business models or solutions to improve internal operations. Gaps in any of the six business environment components could result in failure, under-performance, or delays of an initiative.
Engagements can be short (within one month) or long (several months) depending on the objectives and scope.
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Who is this for?
Seniority: C-1 (e.g., vice president, global head of X), C-2 (e.g., director, regional head of X)
Functions: Business Leadership (e.g. P&L ownership), Operational (e.g., production, maintenance, logistics), Strategic (e.g., strategy, M&A, corporate venture)
- Understand your current level of digital readiness across different functions, business units, and regions.
- Compare your digital maturity with similar organizations through a capability score to identify areas of competitive strength or weakness.
- Prioritize specific risks and define improvement strategies to prepare your organization for successful implementation of digital initiatives.