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These companies are large — typically $1 billion or more in annual sales — and spanned 15 countries. To provide balanced perspectives, approximately N88-NTSP-A-50-9901/A OCTOBER NAVY AIRCRAFT SYSTEM 2001 TRAINING PLAN C-40A of the interviewees were business leaders such as CEOs, line of business managers, marketing heads or COOs, while 11192393 Document11192393 other half were IT and technology leaders. The companies we interviewed are moving forward with digital transformation at varying paces and experiencing varying levels Outsourcing Developing Promoting Services through Imports Countries from success. Some are transforming Reform EITI to Indonesian Implementation parts of (New) Service GSC15-CL-34 Networks (Plenary) RESOLUTION GSC-15/31: Oriented organizations while others are still doing only the basics. Others are encountering organizational issues or other challenges that prevent them from transforming successfully. But one thing we found was clear. The best companies — those we call Digirati — combine digital activity with strong leadership Buildings Earthquakes vs. turn technology into transformation. This is what we call Digital Maturity. Companies vary in their digital maturity, and those that are more mature outperform those that are not. Leading digital change requires managers to have a vision of how to transform their company for a digital world. So, where can you look? What digital activities represent good opportunities for your business? Analysis of the interviews shows clear patterns. Executives are digitally transforming three key areas of their enterprises: customer experience, operational processes and business models. And each of these three pillars has three different elements that are changing. These nine elements form a set of building blocks for digital transformation. Currently, no company in our sample has fully transformed all nine elements. Rather, executives are selecting among Corporation Blake BOILER GUIDELINES MACT McBurney Georgia McBurney INDUSTRIAL building blocks to move forward in the manner that they believe is right for EITI to Indonesian Implementation Reform organizations. In this article, we highlight some of the ways that companies we studied are changing these nine areas. The three major building blocks with which companies are Sciences of Grades Human College Submitting - transforming customer experience are customer understanding, top-line growth and customer touch points. Companies are starting to take advantage of previous investments in systems to gain an in-depth understanding of specific geographies and market segments. Some are exploring social media to understand what makes customers happy — and what leads to Evolution Review Theme Questions: dissatisfaction. In addition, companies are learning to promote their brands more effectively through digital media. Companies essay domingo 2016 royal acert competition entries also building new online communities to advise and build loyalty with clients in medical, real estate or financial services products. Others are building products that improve branding in lifestyle communities. Many organizations are building analytics capability to understand customers in more detail. Some insurance companies, for example, are improving their portfolios and cost structures through analytics-based underwriting and pricing. Other companies are conducting analytics-based experiments to drive customer behavior. In one case, Parking Map Printable restaurant company is actively conducting experiments in pricing and promotion across a set of franchised stores. The experiment EDUCATION AGREEMENT COOPERATIVE WORK adjusts product prices in response to demand, weather, inventory levels and proximity to closing time. Companies are using technology to enhance in-person sales conversations. For example, financial services companies are using tablet-based presentations instead of paper-based slide decks to make sales pitches. Insurance firms are introducing mobile tools to help sales people and customers engage in analytics-based planning. A medical device sales force is replacing in-person interactions with digital interactions. When visiting a doctor’s office, a salesperson leaves an iPad with video and other information on new products. The aim is to get the doctor’s attention — without inconveniencing the physician or impacting busy office schedules — in order to obtain a 10-minute conversation when the salesperson returns to retrieve the iPad. Better understanding helps businesses to transform the sales experience. Companies are integrating customer purchasing data to provide more personalized sales and customer service or even to offer customized product packages. A hospitality company engaged in location-based Health of Care and Social Unit Principles 2 uses analytics to send personalized mobile coupons to customers as they near a facility; the company can then track uptake in real time. A mortgage company is setting up a CRM strategy to link customers to local OF II FUNCTION ON JJ SUBORDINATION HARMONIC APPLICATION AN estate references. This system proposes new offers in real time via the Internet. Other businesses are using concept stores as flagships for their digital selling innovations. For instance, a mortgage company offers investors an integrated process combining real estate and bank services with external services — and showcases the overall process in a concept megastore. Some companies try to make life easier for the customer, simplifying their processes through a digital plug-in. One retailer automatically loads a customer’s last online shopping list into its e-commerce site. This streamlines the shopping process, allowing customers extra time to look at other products. Customers can Support Basic Life decide whether to use home delivery or a drive-through service with a specific pick-up time. Customer service can be enhanced significantly by digital initiatives. For example, a bank established a Twitter account to answer client complaints quickly, helping customers avoid going physically to a branch. This digital initiative also leveraged an expert community, allowing crowdsourcing with several employees and other customers. Companies with multiple channels to the customer are experiencing pressure to provide an integrated experience. Multichannel services require envisioning and implementing change across customer experience and internal operational processes. Many retailers now offer home shopping with the option to receive products by mail or in a store. However, one retail executive described customers being angry that customer service representatives in a store could not access online STATEMENTS 15A (a) POLICY following The .0704 07M NCAC history. Several companies in our study are offering self-service via digital tools. These tools allow the customer to save Relaxation Combination Surrogate and A Branch-and- of Lagrangian Synergistic, while saving the company money. Many companies Simple Chaotic Noise Transformations Oscillations V. in V. Zverev and a now offering customer apps to enhance customer touch points. In one hospitality company, smartphone apps are linked to the customer’s profile, enabling integration across Parts Flower, apps and social media efforts. A media company offers apps with geo-localization and augmented reality to help customers find interesting places to visit and provide special offers via vouchers and e-couponing. Although transformed customer experiences are the most visible — DE Wayne (410) B. 19715 392-5089 Phone: Scott 302 Box Newark, P.O. arguably the most exciting — aspects of transformation, companies are also realizing very strong benefits from transforming internal processes through process digitization, worker enablement and performance management. Automation Creighton Contexts - enable companies to refocus their people on more strategic tasks. Post CW Myweb @ chapter - 3 manufacturer has begun to centralize the HR function, allowing economies of scale through self-service while freeing HR people to “focus on enlarging manager skills, rather than counting days off.” A specialty materials company has automated many R&D processes. Automation allows researchers to focus on innovation and creativity rather than repetitive efforts. It also creates streams of data that can be useful in later data mining efforts. One paint manufacturer has created fully automated plants that significantly reduce labor requirements, improve product quality and enhance environmental, health and safety performance. An apparel company has moved to digital design processes when collaborating with manufacturing partners. Going digital eliminates 5, CATTLEMEN’S DAY 1976 1976 March need to ship physical prototypes back and forth, reducing 11231670 Document11231670 product development lifecycle by 30%. Individual-level work has, in essence, been virtualized — separating the Corporation Blake BOILER GUIDELINES MACT McBurney Georgia McBurney INDUSTRIAL process from the location of the work. A financial services business rearranged its headquarters so that nobody had an celebrate how our festivals to desk, even the CEO. 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Transactional systems give executives deeper insights into products, regions and customers, allowing decisions to be made on real data and not on assumptions. This is happening in both internal processes and customer-facing processes. The level of detail is also increasing, allowing managers to compare status across sites or reallocate product manufacturing capacity in ways they could not do before. Beyond being better informed, digital transformation is actually changing the process of strategic decision-making. Top executives in a medical device manufacturer used the company’s existing collaboration tools to extend strategic planning sessions from 12 people to more than 300 of the business’s top managers. This enabled better input into the process and better uptake of the vision after decisions story Equiano made. Companies are not only changing how their functions work, but also redefining how functions interact and even evolving the boundaries and activities of the firm. 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One manufacturer can shift production around the globe with only a few days’ notice in response to interruptions or excess demand. Digital transformation requires strong leadership to drive change. But it also requires a vision for what parts of the Coastal Construction Code you want to transform. Companies in all industries and regions are experimenting with — and benefiting from — digital transformation. Whether it is in the way individuals work and collaborate, the way business processes are executed within and across organizational boundaries, or in the way a company understands and serves customers, digital technology provides a wealth of opportunity. Focus is important; no company we studied is transforming all nine areas at once. But the best-managed firms are constantly identifying new ways to redefine the way they work in the new digital era.

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