Get out of your own way
Australia is a lucky country, with a bright future. But we have a problem – and its colour is red. Red tape, that is. There’s too much of it…and we need to address the grip it has on our economy.
Positioning for prosperity?
Where will Australia’s future growth come from? How can business and government leaders make the right decisions to position for prosperity?
Digital disruption - Harnessing the ‘bang’
Stories from the digital frontline
In Digital disruption - Short fuse, big bang? Deloitte identified 13 industries comprising 65% of the Australian economy that are facing significant disruption by 2017.
Digital disruption: Short fuse, big bang?
Australia’s business and government leaders do not need to look far into the future to see the new wave of digital disruption headed towards them. It is already here, transforming the way companies and agencies operate and how they engage with their customers. In this paper, we show that one-third of the Australian economy faces imminent and major digital disruption – a ‘short fuse, big bang’ situation. We also stress the importance of each organisation looking at the issues it raises in fine detail, before developing specific, pragmatic and proportionate responses.
Harnessing the ‘bang’: Stories from the digital frontline
In this follow up, Harnessing the bang – Stories from the digital frontline 2014, digital disruption in these industries has accelerated.
Learn what four leading Australian organisations -Telstra, NAB, Westfield and AustralianSuper – are doing about it. They share their successes and key learnings. Deloitte sees the themes and suggests questions to ask and a framework to discover the current digital building blocks.
Discover how Telstra, UBank, Westfield and AustralianSuper have differentiated through customer, culture and clever investment in the dynamic digital world and are now seeing their investments in people, design and digital deliver.
The digital transformation framework
Deloitte has been at the vanguard of digital disruption and advising local and international clients in this area for more than 15 years now.
From being the first professional services firm to acquire its own in house online and mobile consulting capability some 14 years ago (www.deloittedigital.com) to more recently publishing and receiving global recognition for its work analysing the impacts of digital disruption across 18 industries: “Digital Disruptions: Short Fuse, Big Bang”.
Now, leveraging this history, thousands of relevant client projects around the World and drawing on the input of a number of multi-disciplinary Deloitte experts, Deloitte has developed a Digital Transformation Framework designed to assist organisation’s more methodically consider the impacts and opportunities presented by Digital Disruption.
This tool includes more than 300 pages of content and analysis and a framework that identifies the major building blocks of digital maturity. Its premise is to encourage organisation’s to think about digital disruption and transformation more broadly that just a website or app, looking specifically at what organisations can do across the three macro levers of revenue growth, cost reduction and organisational agility.
Are you making the right investments? Are you doing enough?
To discover more or schedule an opportunity to apply this framework to your business please contact us today.
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