Gartner vice president for the finance research practice leader Johanna Robinson says “Slow remediation, on average, results in 2.9% of lost profit per issues per business unit. Quick remediation, on the other hand, limits that lost profit to 1.7%.”
For decades IT has been the brunt of blame for the inability if business to adapt quickly to changing business environments. Things are changing and the old ways are simply not acceptable. Disruption is the status quo, with the “new normal” yet to be defined.
Are you prepared for what’s next? What are IT organizations saying about it all?
One of the mandates of digital transformation is to accelerate IT’s ability to respond by introducing concepts like Agile and microservices.
An OutSystems survey of 2,200 IT professionals and senior IT leaders revealed that only 21% of people feel like they can beat their peers and competitors at the change game.
These and other answers to the survey became a report that offers insights into which organizations are leading the race in speed and adaptability in this era of digital urgency.
Click here to download “The Speed of Change: How Fast Are You?” to learn more about those who lead and those who don’t.
It includes tips on what to do to become the IT leader you are meant to be.
If you are looking to tap into the growing trends of low-code, you may want to look into another OutSystems document available here at FutureCIO. Click here to Finding your way to legacy modernization with low-code to know more.