Deloitte Digital DNA
It’s important to know how digital you are today, how digital you need to become, and how to get there.
Our DNA defines not only who you are as an organization, but how and where you work, who you employ, the technology you use, how you’re structured, what your capabilities are, how you govern, and more. So, it only makes sense that if you’re looking to become a more digital organization, you need to start by infusing digital into your DNA.
With Digital DNA, you will:
- Determine how digital you are and need to be by comparing your organization with the 23 traits that define digitally maturing organizations
- Create a blueprint that will help bring to life new or increasingly maturing the DNA needed to help your organization become more digital
- Infuse the Digital DNA you need into your existing DNA through a series of effective, impactful minimum viable changes (MVCs)
Digital DNA by Deloitte Digital
With the Digital DNA assessment (cloud-based survey, selected interviews, and lab session), we’ll help your organization understand its current digital maturity across the traits that define digital organizations and identify the few selected traits that will help you make the most impactful rapid change.
Together, we’ll create together a series of targeted and scalable minimum viable changes (MVCs) that will infuse just enough of the new Digital DNA into your existing DNA to make rapid and welcomed change. This will jumpstart, expand, and extend ways of working, operating, and behaving in new digital ways into the organization’s core at a speed the organization is capable of adopting.
Digital DNA is a set of 23 traits, identified through extensive research, that your organization can adopt or mature to become more digital. This DNA becomes the blueprint for bringing digital transformation to life. After the Digital DNA assessment, your organization selects three or four priority traits that can move the needle toward digital maturity. Explore the videos below to get a sense of how these traits are expressed across the organization.