The fourth Industrial Revolution has digital technology transforming and fusing the physical, biological, chemical, and information worlds. It's a force for tremendous new opportunities in all areas valued by society. As with the previous three industrial revolutions, individuals and societies will be affected significantly, and companies will either transform or die.
As many as 70% of digital transformation projects fail. The surprising answer to why digital transformation projects fail is a lack of rigour in defining and executing the right steps for the transformations to get off the ground and stay ahead of the competition in the long term.
This can be addressed by using a five (5) stage roadmap for success in digital transformation, beginning with a program to digitally automate processes in the organisation and ending with the perpetual living culture of continual digital reinvention as the backbone of the business model to stay ahead of the competition.
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Mr Shawn Conrad is a seasoned IT professional with a resounding sixteen years of industry expertise in Cybersecurity, Project Management, and Account Management for large scale enterprise solutions within the Public Sector. Mr Conrad has spearheaded organizational operations and strategic initiatives through partnering closely with clients on their digital transformation journeys across the English Caribbean. As Regional Manager (CrimsonLogic RHQ Americas), he ensures client satisfaction within existing accounts, business expansion, team leadership and project management. His academic background includes an MS Cybersecurity and BSc Hons Computing and is a Certified Ethical Hacker, ITILv4 certified, and Project Management certified. Currently, Mr Conrad is an esteemed representing member of the Institute for the Management of Information System (IMIS) adjoined to the Chartered Institute for IT British Computer Society (BCS).