“Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motiviating them, the teacher is the most important” – Bill Gates
With two thirds of organisations not realising their desired benefits from Cloud according to a 2019 Accenture Study it’s time to take that step back, and review your position on these areas, and where necessary adjust your approach to get into that illusive third that will be the leaders in their fields in the next 5 years.
It is worth noting that the top 4 reasons citied in that study are aligned to the experience we have been sharing in this blog series, which sadly reflects that despite the passing of another year, the approaches in many organisations are not changing:
- 65% – security and compliance risk
- 55% – complexity of business and organisational change
- 43% – legacy infrastructure and/or application sprawl
- 42% – lack of cloud skills with the organization
So let’s make 2021 the year that you decide it’s time for to do Cloud Transformation properly. And by that we mean sustainably, holistically and for a valid, articulated and measurable reason – let’s get on the Cloud Utilisation journey…
Broadstones is setup to help you
Just like in blog 5 when we said that you need some external recruitment to being in experience and set your teams up with role models – that goes for the leadership level too. It’s ok to ask for help, and it’s ok to go small too.
Broadstones are cloud-knowledgeable change makers working with businesses to support the delivery of organisational transformation that unlocks and delivers systemic long-term benefits via sustainable cultural, process and technical change, that will leave you ahead of the competition.
We are able to assist you in assessing your current status, and provide industry-leading knowledge, coaching and skills to address any challenges and exploit the inherent opportunities your organisation has to benefit from Cloud.
Unlike some of the bigger consultancies, we do not sheep-dip or generalise you to other clients, forcing you to take on a “tried and tested” method, that is just one-size-fits-all with a different tag. We know each organisation is unique and requires an individual understanding and we strive to adapt to your culture, adjust to your unique circumstances and challenges and we then will alter our approach to meet your singular set of desired outcomes.
“As such there is no one-size-fits-all approach that anyone can offer you. The hot water that softens a carrot will harden an egg.” – Clayton Christensen
Why not reach out for a chat with us today.
Remind yourself of the whole blog series, by checking out the 5 previous parts in the Blog