OE Cam works with leaders to understand the organisational impact of digitalisation and explore opportunities for business growth.  Our core areas of expertise for digital transformation include:

  • Reimagine your operating model and new ways of working:  With digital transformation comes the need to translate the new strategy into an effective operating model and supportive culture that creates better ways of working within a digital environment. We work with you to map out how the different parts of your organisation will need to collaborate more effectively, how job design will change with the focus on capability & accountability and how decisions are made within a softer hierarchical structure.
  • Redefine leadership capabilities and mindset:  Digitalisation requires new capabilities for your leadership team and a ‘brave new mindset’ for employees.  Our European research into digital transformation, clearly identified that many leaders are reactive rather than proactive in their attitudes towards digital changes, and this slows down their digital journey.  We work with your leaders to develop the right behaviours and skill sets to invigorate the digital transformation.
  • Recruit and retain digital talent:  Who are your Digital Pioneers and Transformers?  Do you have the right mix of Disruptive Talent in your teams?  What kinds of digital talent will work effectively with your existing staff?  We help you to identify the digital talent you need with the right attitudes & behaviours, assess against those needs and develop more effective ways of working with existing individuals and teams.  Together this ensures optimum attraction, retention and performance.

For more information about how OE Cam can help with your digital transformation journey, please contact Gary Ashton on gary.ashton@oecam.com or call our Cambridge office on +44(0)1223 269009.

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Wed 21 March 2018

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Wed 28 February 2018

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