Unlocking value from digital investments
As companies become more sophisticated about technology adoption, the questions around how to stay ahead get harder. And while Canadian executives say they’re doing a lot in digital, many are conservative in their approach—often hesitant to move ahead boldly.
Since we first set out to measure Digital IQ a decade ago, the scope and scale of digital-driven change has widened, and organizations have spent a lot of time and money to keep up. Through Digital IQ—the measurement of an organization’s abilities to harness and profit from technology—we look at where Canadians stand today and what’s needed to unlock value from established and emerging technologies to thrive in the years ahead.
Digital has evolved to be more than IT infrastructure or customer-facing technologies. True transformation happens when organizations think about digital holistically and pursue a balanced approach that touches on everything from technology and workplace culture to strategy and business outcomes. This report will help organizations use the power of their people to redefine digital transformation, rethink their talent strategies and shift their culture to adopt emerging technology.
A Digital IQ score of 70 or more (out of 100) is considered strong.