This 9th volume continues to build on the studies of latest developments produced by Lecko to help businesses understand the technological complexity and give them food for thought about their transformation initiative and to inspire them.
It expands on this specialist subject to include everyone in the company. This particularly concerns the decision makers who are often starkly faced with the realities of the brutal changes inherent in the Digital era. Originally, superficially thought of as an aid to a more modern way of working, the enterprise social network is now understood to be a vital lever for profound transformation in organisations.
The subject of collaboration is increasingly important: the organisation has a better understanding of the issues, its own nature, it signs up for the long term and adapts its expectations and approach accordingly. No more sprints, it's a marathon now!
Then HR departments, for too long surprisingly sidelined from these matters, incorporate this cultural change into "working differently". The employee experience, the layout of work spaces, mobility and teleworking are all dynamics requiring transformation from and towards collaboration.
Finally, business units under pressure to perform find it difficult to invest in their own transformation. However, the spirit of collaboration enters into the very heart of operational activities.
Neither a simple service available for internal clients, nor a centrally orchestrated initiative imposed on everyone, transformation is very much a collective process requiring structured governance and methodology. As the Merise project management method and UML business process modelling techniques have enabled ecosystems (companies, publishers, integrators) to digitise processes, so must digital transformation equip itself with the right tools.
We hope by writing these studies that they will inspire those responsible for motivating their organisations. This is the leitmotif of this volume which will help everyone to find solutions to encourage change whatever their role in the company.