Maximizing the impact of digital transformation

Three actions to optimize enterprise success

Digital transformation is a necessity for businesses today, and many companies are making significant investments to reimagine their businesses. How can leaders align technology with business strategy and develop the processes and capabilities necessary to optimize value? Tune in to episode two of our three-part miniseries for insights from technology leaders at Paramount Global and Deloitte on the key actions that executives can take to drive enterprise success and embrace digital change.

User Friendly: Maximizing the impact of digital transformation (Part 2)

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At a high level, capitalizing on crises and disruption is the most powerful way to drive these types of changes. I think it’s really hard to move an organization that’s in steady state. Whether it’s a new technology disruption, or a market disruption, or M&A, those are the moments where you can really get a 10X outcome, because you do have organizational awareness and a desire that drives people to really want to embrace that change.

—Phil Wiser, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at Paramount Global


In this episode of the User Friendly podcast, Phil Wiser, executive vice president and chief technology officer at Paramount Global, and Tim Smith, principal and tech strategy and business transformation leader at Deloitte Consulting LLP, join podcast host Hanish Patel. They discuss how leaders can yield the most value from digital transformation by taking three essential steps: focusing on a digital strategy, aligning technology to strategy, and enabling digital change.

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