Digital Disruption Index

Aligning strategy, workforce and technology

Over the past 24 months we have examined how organisations respond to the disruption caused by digital technologies and ways of working. This edition of the Digital Disruption Index explores the idea of ‘digital maturity’, building on Deloitte’s recent research into innovation and the future of work.

Digital maturity is not just about technology and it is not just about what technology enables. Digitally maturing organisations are able to adapt and align their strategy, workforce, culture and technology to meet ongoing digital advances in a way that other organisations struggle to achieve. Here we outline the characteristics that distinguish them.

Methodology

Key Insights

Digitally maturing organisations

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Confident digital leadership

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Digital skills and learning

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AI and the ethics of AI

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Methodology

Deloitte invited leaders from the UK’s most influential companies and public sector bodies to participate in an online survey. One hundred and fifty-eight executives responsible for digital technologies and ways of working from FTSE listed companies, large private companies and large UK public sector organisations participated in the survey. The total operating revenues of the 158 survey participants is £1.38 trillion. This information, which was collected between September and October 2018, has been analysed in aggregate and forms the basis of this publication. In some Figures, because of rounding, percentages may not add up to 100.