IT leaders are in a position to help their companies exploit technology like never before.

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Digitization is generating a lot of noise right now. Your vendors, business stakeholders, and competition are all creating pressure to become more digital and move faster to enable growth.

Companies making the shift see huge opportunities to transform their products, channels, and operations. But how do you break through the all the hype to help your organization move faster on new opportunities?

At CEB, we’ve studied companies that have made digital bets. Only 35% of business leaders are confident in their company’s approach. What separates success and failure isn’t the technology, it’s how you transform the way your organization operates across all levels.

CEB gleaned proven insights and validated best practices from hundreds of top CIOs and business leaders across the Fortune 500 to help you drive digital transformation in your organization.

We help you tackle the big changes you need to make to the IT operating model, including:

  • Adapting IT/business engagement so you can partner more effectively on digitization initiatives
  • Scaling up Agile and DevOps to boost IT responsiveness
  • Changing IT’s mindset to be product managers instead of project managers
  • And building new IT career paths and culture for a fast digitizing world.

87% of business leaders see digitization as a priority for their company. CIOs have the opportunity to be digital change agents and lead this critical transformation for their organizations. CEB can help.

Visit cebglobal.com/digitalenterprise2020 to learn more.

The New IT Operating Model for Digital

Two-thirds of business leaders believe that their companies must pick up the pace of digitization to remain competitive. The pace and volatility of digitization opportunities, as well as blurred technology responsibility across the enterprise, makes it more difficult for IT leaders to help their organizations exploit emerging digital opportunities.

To meet these challenges head on, progressive IT leaders are changing IT’s operating model. We have identified nine features of the new operating model that will position IT teams for digital success.