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Digital capability assessment

A change-inspiring workshop

Esben Kristensen Lønborg
Henrik Bjerg Tufvesson
Nicolai Friis Touborg

Could you use a little disturbance from outside your organisation to help you kick-start change?

We have developed a concept for four one-day workshops to kick-start change. One of the workshops is on digital capability assessment. The one-day workshop will be a day of participation where you and your team will get to work on a case and co-create an idea for change.

If you buy a workshop from us, you will get a well-prepared one-day version of how we work with our project teams. After the workshop, we will summarise your conclusions and send them to you, so you can further develop your ideas for change.

Questions that we could discuss at a digital capability assessment workshop:
  • Does your organisation have a clear vision for how digitalisation should be leveraged to develop the business?
  • Do you know how to foster digital innovation and the differences to the “analogue world”?
  • Does your team have the right competences in place to develop digital solutions (e.g. prototyping, design thinking)?
  • Are you able to scale and transform your organisation’s platform to meet the pace of a fast-changing environment?
  • Is your technology platform ready to cope with required digital technologies?
  • Is your organisational culture “digitally native”, or what do you need to change to feel at home in the digital world?
Critical capabilities to succeed with digital transformation
The agenda will be discussed and tailored to your specific needs, but a draft may look like this:
  • Setting the scene and introduction
  • Quick assessment of digital capabilities (potentially done via a survey prior to the workshop)
  • Evaluation and playback of the assessment, identifying a heatmap of potential issue areas and evaluating how aligned the assessment is across the respondents
  • Discussions of selected gaps, level of ambition and prioritisation
  • Break-out sessions with deep dives into one or a few prioritised topics to sketch solutions and actions
  • Wrap-up and potential next steps