Technology is a driver for new business models and agility. Companies which have recognized this early have realized revenue growth and efficiencies that underpin better customer and employee experiences. In essence, they thrive while their competitors struggle to survive. This phenomenon goes by many names: digital transformation, tech transformation, business modernization, and application modernization, to name a few. Regardless of the name, at its heart, it’s about using technology to quickly meet dynamic market demands and evolving customer needs. The global Coronavirus pandemic has intensified this need for business and tech agility.
But even the most well-intentioned digital transformation efforts can fall prey to delay -- or even failure -- if they are not considered within the context of business value, culture, and technology choice.
Please join Rita Manachi, of VMware as she interviews Padmaja Vrudhula of VMware, and guest expert Thomas Delaet, a partner with McKinsey & Company, on the best practices and anti-patterns that impact the success (or failure) of digital transformation initiatives.
They will discuss:
- The role of technology choice
- Mapping out your technology roadmap
- Infusing business value in your outcomes
- Re-imagining and developing your in-house engineering team
Aired Live on Thursday, November 19 @ 8AM PT
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