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It's not a digital transformation without a digital culture

Digital transformation is a comprehensive topic that involves the transformation of products, operations, and customer interactions. But it is essential that digital transformation is not limited to external processes, but that internal processes in the company are also digitized. Furthermore, a digital corporate culture has to be established.

In a digital corporate culture successful collaboration is more important than individual achievements. An external focus is maintained, as well as actions are promoted and demanded over sticking to a plan.

A digital culture allows employees to make faster decisions. With flatter hierarchies, employees are able to keep up with a fast-paced digital world.

This pays off financially. Companies that have focused on a digital culture have five times more often high post-transformation financial returns than companies that ignore corporate culture.