Companies often assume that if they embrace digital technology in any way, they’re digitally transforming their business. As a result, they often make only ad hoc changes and investments in the digital arena, with ineffectual results. The challenge, to which most companies have yet to rise, is figuring out how to fully capture the different kinds of value that digital technologies offer. 

Mohan Subramaniam, associate professor of strategy at Boston College’s Carroll School of Management, will share a way for leaders to think about the value and strategic advantages of digital technologies

Specifically, Subramaniam will discuss:

  • The four tiers of digital transformation, which focus on operational efficiencies and data-driven services

  • The two notable drivers of digital value: data and emergent digital ecosystems

  • The differences between production and consumption ecosystems

Subramaniam will provide practical, real-world examples of companies at different tiers of digital transformation and will help leaders answer the question, “What are the right tiers for my company?

Boat on a Lake

1 Dec 2021

5:00 pm
6:00 pm