Often times, the unknown prevents us from changing, even if we know the benefits will outweigh the risks in the long run.
Soccer coaches the world over have been known to invoke the oft-quoted cliché that there’s no “I” in team. And while players may groan at hearing it mentioned, the fact is that success only happens when everyone is doing their part to beat the competition. But it’s not enough to simply have talented players. It takes strategy and planning at every level to make the perfect winning team.
With digital transformation accelerating the pace of change, healthcare organizations must modernize the IT infrastructure to drive patient experience, improved outcomes and better support value-based care. Analysts from IDC Health Insights will be providing a series of thought leadership guest blogs on the state of digital business transformation for today’s healthcare providers and the key IT pillars to optimize the digital journey.
In the highly competitive world of international soccer, no two teams are exactly the same. While they all have 11 players, each team is a hybrid mix of talents and playing styles. This can present a real challenge to team managers to get everyone working together. Ultimately, it’s up to the coach and manager to come up with a strategy and game plan that results in a cohesive winning team.
You may have noticed that the industry is abuzz with “Digital Transformation” themes. Heck, I’ve talked about it a lot, too. But what does Digital Tranformation mean exactly, and why is it critical that your business transform?
How do you modernize your IT infrastructure? It’s a question asked in many organizations today. The answer is particularly urgent for IT staff in the federal government since modernization is an explicit mandate both in legislation and executive branch directives.
Soccer is a sport that demands skillful footwork, bursts of speed, on-point accuracy and flawless communication between team members. And it all needs to happen in real-time while the competition is bearing down on you. While your organization may not compete at the global soccer competition this summer, it does depend on you to provide the tools that make your team more efficient and competitive in the global marketplace.