The 4 Cs: A Digital Transformation Roadmap

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It’s no secret that businesses live and work in a digital environment. Digital transformation is a good predictor of whether a company can adapt and survive in the rapidly changing digital economy, or if it is doomed to fail.

Across practically every industry, the term “digital transformation” appears to have been ingrained. However, despite how prevalent the word has become, there is little agreement on what it actually implies. In recent years, the term’s effectiveness has been reduced by its overuse and misuse. Furthermore, many companies that are integrating digital into their business systems are failing to construct road maps that will allow them to properly develop the technology across all departments.

The following are the 4Cs to the path of digital transformation.


The transformation is defined as a significant change in form, nature, or appearance, thus it’s no surprise that change is the first C. Digital transformation has ushered in a slew of new developments, and they are not going away anytime soon. The relentless pace of development and exponential technologies have a significant impact on the business ecosystem. In the digital age, a flexible and adaptable strategy to technology adoption is the way to go.

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During a digital transformation, change occurs at all levels, especially when it comes to talent and competencies.  According to a McKinsey report, “Unlocking success in digital transformations” approximately 70% of all respondents said their businesses’ top teams changed during the transformation, with new leaders versed with digital technology joining the management team being the most typical example.


Digital transformation can only be built on the foundation of cultural change. Companies must abandon their old ways of thinking and conducting business. Barriers such as “not my job” and “don’t correspond with the priorities” should be removed. The first step in achieving precise change is to compare the existing condition to the intended one.


Companies should create opportunities for team members from throughout the organization to engage in innovation projects, such as rotations. To increase exposure to new technologies and techniques, track innovation roadmaps, and encourage team diversification. To ensure that teams are focused on defined, attainable results, businesses should promote the Objectives and Key Results (OKR) framework.

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Collaboration is essential for innovation and digital transformation because the best new ideas emerge when diverse teams collaborate. Furthermore, it fosters a positive work environment, which aids in employee retention in today’s competitive digital talent market.


Hands are raised more frequently during celebrations. Since everyone wants to be a part of a winning team, companies must formally and informally honor their innovators. They should also advertise wins across the organization, communicating the impacts with clients or consumers through strategic involvement, such as IT annual reports or awards. Incorporate innovation discussion into team meetings. Companies should set up a channel for team members to make spontaneous “shout-outs.”

Accelerating digital transformation across the enterprise will assist IT leaders in achieving their most ambitious goals and, more crucially, boosting customer value.

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Umme Sutarwala is a Global News Correspondent with OnDot Media. She is a media graduate with 2+ years of experience in content creation and management. Previously, she has worked with MNCs in the E-commerce and Finance domain