The digital transformation paradox – filtering is the answer

The paradox for digital transformation is that our projects are almost always complex, but complexity breeds confusion and uncertainty. Transformation may be urgently needed, but it’s really hard to persuade stakeholders and sponsors to commit to change if they don’t have a clear picture of the way forward. That will just set unrealistic expectations for our stakeholders (“but this project was supposed to be simple,” they say). What if we instead just use a few broad needs as our first line of filtering? A slightly deeper level of filtering should allow us to get to a short list of 3-5.

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