Host: Rich Nanda, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Digital technology is the driving force behind adaptive businesses. As a result, many companies are undergoing digital transformation. However, despite knowing digital transformation requires leading with strategy, many organizations lead with technology. How can organizations drive cross-functional change, plan beyond one technology at a time, and develop an adaptive digital strategy? We'll discuss:
- How to align digital strategy with the enterprise organizational objectives
- Five digital imperatives to help coordinate across different business, technology, and operational functions
- Industry examples from organizations using these digital imperatives in different ways to drive more continuous, strategic change
Meet the speaker
Rich Nanda is a principal in Deloitte Consulting LLP, where he serves as the leader of Deloitte’s US Monitor Deloitte practice. He has significant experience in guiding clients through strategy-led transformation to achieve profitable growth. He routinely advises boards, CEOs, and executive teams at consumer products companies on topics spanning growth, business model innovation, operating models, capability building, analytics, and technology adoption.
A love of creativity and engineering has shaped Sam’s career while spending 25 years imagining and delivering large and complex digital solutions for his clients across multiple industries and geographies. Sam is one of the founding partners of Deloitte Digital and prior to becoming the Global Head of Deloitte Digital he led the EMEA and UK businesses, growing revenue 20x since launch to over $500m in FY20. In the UK, he is part of Campaign’s A-list of the most influential people in advertising and marketing and the recipient of multiple Management Consultancy Association awards. This is a great reflection of efforts to bring together the creative capabilities of an agency with the business and technical acumen of the world’s leading consultancy. The client work that Sam sells and leads is transformational. Over the last few years he supported Dyson in the exponential growth of their global direct to consumer business, delivered the platform that enabled John Lewis to become one of the most successful eCommerce businesses in the UK, dramatically increased the market capitalization of two wholly owned subsidiaries by digitizing them prior to divestment (now operating as Virgin Money and M&G Prudential) and created the project that has digitized the UK Home Office’s entire visa application process.