Digital Transformation I: An Introduction

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Reflect on Your Learnings

At the end of this chapter, you should now:
- have set aside some time for regular learning sessions in your calendar
- have listed your expectations for this course
- have set your goals for this course
- have organized a learning group with your peers.
If any of the above learning objectives is still missing, take care of it before you move on.
You won't get any benefit from this course otherwise!

Now that you have had a first impression of the topic, it's time to reflect on what you have learned so far. We encourage you to keep a learning journal and take notes of your thoughts and learnings after each section. You can do it within the journal here on iversity or take personal notes somewhere else.

Also, please take the time to give us some feedback on this MVP at the end of each chapter.
- What do you like / dislike about this learning platform?
- What do you think of the structure?
- What do you think of the content?
- What do you think about the assignments?

Use the discussion forum to give us some feedback.

Digital Transformation


Reflecting back on the first section of this course, the overwhelming impression is that Digital Transformation is here to stay. There has been a push by many differing industries for D.T. and it seems to have flooded all industries. The pace that it has been instituted has picked up steam over the last couple of years with the demand for a digital presence with the growing number of millennials in the workplace. This generation feels at home with digital technology and will over look many of companies if there is no digital presence.

As we move forward with the D.T. it will be important to not alienate those who do not want to pursue or use the new processes or at least allow for growing pains with any new launch.

The, as the article from Computer World noted, train has left the station and it is a good thing that we are on it, otherwise we could be left behind by many of competitors who are already exploring more and more options for Digital Transformation.

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