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Enterprises today need to realize there are certain steps they need to follow to achieve true digital transformation and maintain a high level of success. 

In other words, when a company decides to implement digital transformation, a strategic plan must be followed to make the whole vision come to fulfilment.

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The right people must be brought on board and these people must be skilled in the areas for which they are responsible. The whole company needs to be involved from top tier management all the way down to the mailroom department. 

Each level of the company must be communicating with one another continually. One department alone cannot be responsible for the success of ongoing digital transformation. Everyone in the company has a part to play. 

In this article, we’ll discuss some considerations that will help your enterprise to know how to manage digital transformation

What does digital transformation include?

First, let’s look at what comes under digital transformation.

Before a company manages digital transformation, they need to know what to manage. More and more these days, the duties of leading digital transformation fall to one person — the Digital Transformation Manager. However, as previously mentioned, it requires commitment from everybody.

This person or team of people is responsible for setting in place the basic infrastructure of the digital transformation process. This could include key elements such as: implementation of new software and hardware, digital asset management systems, and CRM. 

Business leaders must communicate with team members and impart the vision for digital transformation success, inspiring and motivating them to commit to the process. 

Clear and constant communication between all moving parts is essential. 

A critical aspect of understanding how to manage digital transformation is being selective about what digital tools you put in place to facilitate the process, and how to ensure they’re used to full effect. 

How well your digital tools are adopted is central to the success of your digital transformation. You might have to consider developing training modules and an internal communications plan, for instance.

This article was written by: Digital Adoption Team