Category: Digital Transformation
If you are around public-sector transformation initiatives enough, you will likely have heard a variation of some (if not all) of the following statements:
- “BIG DATA will transform our organization.”
- “We will make DATA-DRIVEN decisions.”
- “We need to collect MORE data on our services/operations/etc.”
Takeaways from DPI conference talk with Michele Romanow, entitled Getting to Success: Embracing Change, Encouraging Disruption, and Incentivizing Innovation.
I recently had the pleasure of attending DPI’s annual 3-day Professional Development Week conference here in Ottawa. This training event welcomes approximately 1,000 professionals from the private and public sector who are passionate about self-development. The conference was kicked off with a keynote address on innovation, presented by Michele Romanow, successful tech entrepreneur, where she discussed her viewpoints on embracing change and fostering innovation.
I’d like to share my three key takeaways from her presentation on how to achieve success when everything tries to stand in your way.
Building a collaborative solution
It’s not uncommon for clients to come to us with fairly established web solutions they think will work. read more
Understanding requirements and results
The program lead stops by your desk with a web publishing request: update his entire site with a new tagline and logo, plus new content, a video and a blog, by end of fiscal year. He asks you to also prepare a deck to the senior management committee about the new approach for the site by next week. read more
Here are a few things we hope (and believe) we’ll see for the organization and online presence of the Government of Canada in 2017. read more
The Government of Canada is embarking on a journey to transform into a truly digital environment. This ambitious goal of digitization is possible, if staff are positioned to thrive in their environment. How do you know if your organization is on the right track? read more
You’ve probably heard the thought experiment: an infinite number of monkeys on an infinite number of typewriters could create the works of Shakespeare. But in the real world, real people create Shakespeare-like content. They do so in an environment that supports effective communications, meaning they have the processes and knowledge in place to ensure success.
A few weeks ago, I shared a model for content strategy that put content at the centre of a digital initiative. To create great content for your business and your users, you need to move from the modelling stage to the planning stage. In other words, shift from the what to the how. This post shows you how to do that.