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Sparking unstoppable transformation: three core principles to deliver digital success

The latest in a series of practical insights aimed at public sector organisations seeking to accelerate their digital transformation has been published by Agilisys.

The latest in a series of practical insights aimed at public sector organisations seeking to accelerate their digital transformation has been published by Agilisys, a leading provider of Cloud, IT and digital transformation services to the UK public sector.

The third instalment in the series – Rethinking digital transformation: Deliver – builds on the previous insight papers which looked at the ‘discover’ and ‘design’ phases of digital transformation.

It focuses on how public sector organisations can achieve their digital potential and how delivering digital change isn’t mechanistic: it relies on knowing people, building relationships, creating trust and inspiring enthusiasm.

Three core principles to effective delivery are discussed in detail, complete with practical insights that draw on Agilisys’ two decades of experience helping the public sector to deliver effective digital transformation.

This latest insight paper also discusses how, to deliver digital transformation sustainably, the public sector needs to do more than deploy new technologies – it must inspire, instil and implement change inside and out.

Commenting on the publication of the latest insight Andrew Mindenhall, chief executive at Agilisys, said: “Delivering a large-scale digital transformation programme is not about the IT department ‘doing digital’ to the rest of the organisation. It’s the whole organisation understanding the potential that digital has to offer and working together to embed change at every level.

“Our two decades of experience has shown us that digital transformation is a journey, not a destination. Sustainable change happens gradually; it can take years not months. Yet, the first steps to delivering the practical elements of a digital transformation programme are often the most difficult.

“Our approach to the Deliver step of digital transformation is grounded in crucial motivation and behaviour change insights to create the right conditions for success, along with practical tips on implementing the technology you need to drive change.

Step three: Deliver is the latest in a series of practical insights from Agilisys and has been created for senior leaders from across the public sector, who are seeking to deliver real and lasting change.”

Rethinking digital transformation: Deliver can be downloaded here.

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