Going Digital: What it takes for smoother transformations

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"Here is the essential guide to how managers should adapt their businesses to the digital revolution. Written by a journalist who was the driving force behind the shift from print to digital in the Financial Times newsroom, the book offers many examples of how to change mindsets and work practices - and keep employees on board." Lionel Barber, Editor of the Financial Times 2005-2020

"Digital transformation is a daunting challenge.  This wise, expert and supremely practical guide is an invaluable aid to navigating the nitty gritty of pushing digital change into the heart of your organisation. If you need to know where lean stops and agile starts, and how to craft a vision that truly heralds change this is the book for you. Highly recommended." Prof. Dr Lucy Kueng, Digital Transformation Expert, Senior Fellow Reuters Institute, Oxford University

"This is an ideal guide for anyone working in an industry where change is the only constant. Drawing on the experiences and advice of those who've been there before, it takes the mystery out of transformation showing the way to success in a digital world." Liz Hannam, Head of News, ITV News Central

"Going Digital is an essential survival kit in our journey of a constantly changing environment, giving the reader the inside and real view from champions behind the scenes sharing their tips on how to drive change at companies. It will become your bedside book." Berta Merelles, Senior Director at BTS Global Consultancy

"This book frames and filters that bigger dataset helping to benchmark one's own experience with examples from peers who faced similar challenges. Its value lies there, providing an understanding on how they responded and what succeeded, helping to lay out your own tailored approaches to these relatable problems. Thisbook serves that practical purpose. It was a great read and I was pleased to find out how many of the experiences paralleled what I had also encountered these past 18 months. It felt immediately like a validation that my journey was not uncommon and that I could learn something of value to my aspirations through the anecdotes of others." James Murray, Co-founder and Chief Engineer at Offworld.ai

 

 

 

 

 

 

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How to make change happen in business.


A practical and revealing guide for anyone dealing with transformation, whatever their business or sector. Understand how to deliver digital change at the coalface, alongside the relevant management theory. Les mer

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How to make change happen in business.


A practical and revealing guide for anyone dealing with transformation, whatever their business or sector. Understand how to deliver digital change at the coalface, alongside the relevant management theory. With case studies detailing the successes and challenges they have overcome, you’ll learn from the experiences from managers, academics and relevant stakeholders in each chapter, including the FT.

 

Detaljer

Forlag
FT Publishing International
Innbinding
Paperback
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9781292375670
Utgivelsesår
2022
Format
22 x 13 cm

Om forfatteren

Lyndsey Jones is an executive editor at the FT and has successfully overseen global transformation projects in the FT newsroom. She also advises other media companies on what it takes to deliver new working practices and editorial operations.


Balvinder Singh Powar incubates start-ups, works in culture change for companies and has been a mediator to resolve workplace conflicts. He is an expert in building high performance teams, learning about what goes wrong and making it right. He is an award-winning professor at IE Business School in Madrid. He has a wide network on LinkedIn and some of his videos on YouTube have views of around 15,000.

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"Here is the essential guide to how managers should adapt their businesses to the digital revolution. Written by a journalist who was the driving force behind the shift from print to digital in the Financial Times newsroom, the book offers many examples of how to change mindsets and work practices - and keep employees on board." Lionel Barber, Editor of the Financial Times 2005-2020

"Digital transformation is a daunting challenge.  This wise, expert and supremely practical guide is an invaluable aid to navigating the nitty gritty of pushing digital change into the heart of your organisation. If you need to know where lean stops and agile starts, and how to craft a vision that truly heralds change this is the book for you. Highly recommended." Prof. Dr Lucy Kueng, Digital Transformation Expert, Senior Fellow Reuters Institute, Oxford University

"This is an ideal guide for anyone working in an industry where change is the only constant. Drawing on the experiences and advice of those who've been there before, it takes the mystery out of transformation showing the way to success in a digital world." Liz Hannam, Head of News, ITV News Central

"Going Digital is an essential survival kit in our journey of a constantly changing environment, giving the reader the inside and real view from champions behind the scenes sharing their tips on how to drive change at companies. It will become your bedside book." Berta Merelles, Senior Director at BTS Global Consultancy

"This book frames and filters that bigger dataset helping to benchmark one's own experience with examples from peers who faced similar challenges. Its value lies there, providing an understanding on how they responded and what succeeded, helping to lay out your own tailored approaches to these relatable problems. Thisbook serves that practical purpose. It was a great read and I was pleased to find out how many of the experiences paralleled what I had also encountered these past 18 months. It felt immediately like a validation that my journey was not uncommon and that I could learn something of value to my aspirations through the anecdotes of others." James Murray, Co-founder and Chief Engineer at Offworld.ai

 

 

 

 

 

 

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