The organisation believes that it has fallen behind in its digital and IS development. This issue has been identified as a major risk to the organisation’s performance. In addition, it is associated with a significant hidden cost and opportunity cost. Some projects have been initiated, but they are all conducted in silos and are not correlated to a coherent strategy.
While the priority projects are being carried out, a dialogue and strategic alignment is established between the IS/IT function and the other functions of the organisation. An IS strategy is defined to respond as closely as possible to the challenges of the organisation with the objective of strong value creation.
Then a radical transformation is led on many fronts: governance, organisational development, talent acquisition, culture, strategic partnerships, application solutions, IT infrastructure.
- Develop the IS and digital strategy in strong partnership with business lines
- Develop a realistic roadmap with tactical and strategic elements taking into account the context
- Review the organisational setup and resources required to implement and sustain an ambitious transformation
- Successfully carry out transformation projects while ensuring immediate operational needs are met
- Create value through digital initiatives