Continuous accessibility and availability, the Telemarketing List occupational therapy of continuous consultations and meetings and the tyranny of the open office garden. In addition, the need to be physically present to be seen and recognized, the Telemarketing List dominance of especially extroverted people in the workplace and transgressive behaviour. New wine belongs in new bottles All of this isn't necessarily bad in and of Telemarketing List itself (aside from transgressive behavior). In fact, changing, innovating and improving things is a very good thing.
It is actually part of my own daily Telemarketing List practice. But there is a danger that we 'put new wine into old bottles, causing the bottles to tear, the wine to be lost and the bottles added '. That we are going to facilitate old processes with new resources. That it remains with what the authors of the book Digital Transformation call: 'Transformation A'. I am therefore Telemarketing List increasingly convinced that all organizations have to put new wine in new bottles. Maybe not all at once and maybe not all the wine, but make this move step Telemarketing List by step. And so (also) work on 'Transformation B'.
Transformation A and Transformation B To Telemarketing List explain those terms, I go back to what I wrote about the book Dual Transformation in 2018 . Namely that digital transformation often starts with optimizing processes. And if all goes well, Telemarketing List they do not (only) tinker with those processes from the point of view of Telemarketing List cost savings. They mainly want to serve their customer better, easier and faster as an organization. (Or their citizen, tenant, donor or student, of course.