“Change is the only constant; new customer expectations and business models will continue to emerge – companies need to innovate.”Louise O’Conor, Beta Digital
Digital skills and tools are constantly evolving, so not only is there pressure to stay up to date, it can be challenging to fully determine which digital strategies will work for your business. It’s happening faster than anyone could have imagined, and faster than businesses are able to adapt. But adapt they must. Having a sustainable and viable strategy is the only way companies will survive and compete in the current digital and customer-driven landscape.
One of the major concerns for Irish enterprises is how to manage and react to Digital Transformation and its demands on organisations. It has been reported that up to a third of organisations fear they could go out of business by the end of 2020, if they do not innovate and react to the changes of the digital landscape.
This brand new 1-day Digital Transformation for Leaders Programme aims to give senior business leaders an appreciation and understanding of exactly what they are trying to achieve in order to undertake a digital transformation in line with their unique culture and strategy.
This programme is delivered in partnership with Beta Digital, professional digital consultants with real-world experience in running Digital Transformation initiatives across multiple sectors, industries and markets.
The programme will provide participants with an understanding of;
All of the above will be modeled on a proven methodology called ‘The Digital Maturity Matrix”, devised by Beta Digital’s partners DigJourney, and based on the theories of key thought leaders such as John Kotter of Harvard Business School and Brian Solis of Altimeter Group.
Participants will leave with the a practical framework to apply to their organisation’s transformation planning requirements together with an appreciation and understanding of exactly what they are trying to achieve in order to undertake a digital transformation in line with their unique culture and strategy.
Irish Times Training will be running two iterations of this programme this year (April & November) from its HQ in The Irish Times, Dublin 2, one in April and the second in November. For organisations that have a number of team members interested, the programme can be delivered on a tailor-made basis on-site.
To download a programme brochure, click here.
Prospective participants or organisations interested in discussing a tailor-made course should contact Sinéad Docherty by email [email protected] or on 01 472 7101 with any queries.
We’ve been in the professional development and education business for over 40 years. As a subsidiary of The Irish Times we work with a broad range of people and organisations to deliver the highest quality training available. The people who’ve benefitted from our expertise span HR departments across business, government, large corporations and SME’s as well as individuals.Call us today / 01-4727101