The common "DNA" for successful digitilisation found in industry leading business.
Very useful framework against which to benchmark your position and plan goals, strategy and direct enterprise-wide transformation. This DNA should include three or more of the following capabilities:-
- Disruptive technologies
- Platform Business Models
- Digital Services Mastery
- Leading Practices in Corporate Innovation
"These organisations tapped into the power of technology combinations, the business model benefits of digital platforms, the agility of digital assembly lines, and the speed and scale of execution that can be achieved through leading practices in innovation."
Nicholas Evans published in Disruption June 2017
I looked at this from another perspective recently- the insurance market- and these two summaries are practical means of benchmarking your own plans and current implementation . See:
Their DNA commonly included three or more of the following capabilities: Disruptive Technologies and the notion of moving from discrete technologies to the power of technology combinations to carve out innovative value propositions Platform Business Models and the notion of moving from linear value chains to multi-dimensional value networks to enable permissionless innovation Digital Services Mastery and the notion of moving from discrete techniques to digital assembly lines to accelerate digital service development and deployment Leading Practices in Corporate Innovation and the notion of moving from idea-centricity to exploring. ‘where to play’ and, ‘how to scale’ to maximize results