The arrival of the Covid-19 pandemic, despite early warning signs from Asia, took business leaders by surprise.
The world and workplace drastically changed as businesses were thrown into the whole company working from home. This huge change put a strain on IT teams to not only organise this new working but to support new business ways of working including curbside pickup; automated customer contact, as well as demand for better data through reforecasting and eCommerce demand changes.
Wanting to understand how successful IT teams reacted and what their plans were post-Covid, we held a virtual event with leaders from across our CIO network. Collectively, they shared experiences and discussed plans for the coming months. This feedback has been consolidated into an orange-paper by attendees Nigel Lemmon, Suzie Williams and Ken Towning.
Read the full report here.
It’s clear we’re living in a highly volatile, complex and disruptive environment. New technologies, changing climates and unforeseen emergencies such as the recent coronavirus pandemic are challenging organisations of all sizes.
Despite change being higher on the agenda than ever before, 84% of transformations fail (Forbes).
Unsure where to begin or how successful your change programme could be? At Sullivan & Stanley, we provide the expert teams and unique assets required to help businesses cut through the uncertainty of change.
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