Orchestrating Disruption

Building a Digital Culture

Digitization is a technological and economic revolution that triggers extremely violent changes. No organization is spared the collateral damage unless it is ready to fight to survive.  Building a digital strategy is the battle plan to defend and extend one’s digital territory and the only way to attain digital supremacy in the long term.

Digitizing company territory

The company’s digital territory relies on:

  • A multi-channel platform ecosystem: sites and blogs, mobile applications and connected objects
  • An e-reputation that guarantees: brand values, emotions, the dream
  • Proofs: product and service quality, client satisfaction, registered patents, research & innovation funding
  • Client and prospect “tribal” communities, researchers and project managers, employees and future recruits, allies and partners
  • A digital content and editorial theme strategy
  • Digital heroes, corporate heralds on social networks such as Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook

Digital Supremacy

Building a digital strategy for your company allows you to solve the growth-profitability dilemma.  The company makes use of digital supremacy methods since process digitization enables it to build a cost-effective and self-sustainable growth.

Building a digital culture – what does it mean?

  • Going from process to algorithm, from algorithm to patent, from technique to certification (fiscal facilities), from certification to emotion.
  • When a company starts to dream, it has finished building its digital strategy.
  • A continuous process.
  • To win battle after battle, the company must equally sustain an R&D effort.  It must continue to register patents, and not rely on past success.
  • Certification of the company’s digital heritage by a third party through: innovation, algorithms, processes, R&D valorization, fiscal facilities and public funding.

Cloud and Mobility

A cloud infrastructure and a mobile application give you full power over the universal remote control.  The cloud allows rapid deployment of no matter what medium accessible via a mobile terminal: mobile application, web platform, SaaS application.

Building a Digital Culture and Sustainable Efficiency

In a digital universe that is continuously evolving, companies must start from a solid ground.  Building a digital culture serves precisely to bring the company from managerial reaction to sustainable construction.  It is a growth and sustainability guarantee.  Building a digital culture means implementing a culture of efficiency.  Companies must leave the past behind and switch to innovation if they want to become actors of the digital R&D world and protect themselves.

Accelerate Skills Adaptation

Digitization entails a managerial revolution and tensions on the IT profile recruitment market and in web marketing.  Are your Human
Resources, employees and administrative staff ready to meet the challenge of a company’s digital transformation process?

  • Disruptive technologies are new technologies that will satisfy future needs.
  • To seize these opportunities, innovative companies must be capable to accelerate the adaptation of their skills.

Alois Digital assists companies that want to become more intelligent and win the innovation race in no time:

  • Reverse mentoring and implementation of bottom-up knowledge sharing tools and programs
  • Training and recruitment of technical teams
  • Training on Agile methodologies
  • Consulting in innovation crowdsourcing
  • Consulting in building strategic partnerships
  • Outsourcing consulting
  • Implementation of Big Data and Business Intelligence solutions

Digital Collaboration and Communication

The web is a space of digital liberty that places the individual at the center of their community.  Each person can short-circuit corporate communication and normal hierarchical methods for better or worse. The manager of the human resources digital transformation era should overcome many challenges:

  • Adapt their own skills to new technologies
  • Communicate differently and favor collaborative culture
  • Accept to learn from the Y generation (reverse mentoring)
  • Facilitate risk taking, agility, initiative
  • Encourage error: try more often, fail more often, adjust more often