Digital transformation, why the urgency?

Unprecedented industry disruption

Digital Transformation has been hailed as the primary approach to take old business models and bring them into the modern digital age. However, 70% of digital transformation projects fail. Business transience, rapid technology advancement, external influences, changing workforce and employee preferences continue to bring industry disruption and perpetual uncertainty. The need for companies to transform and evolve as a digital business has never been so critical, the chasm between success and failure is widening. Yet organisational transformation has been widely ignored and is a barrier to success.

What is a digital business?

Digital businesses fully align their corporate strategy, goals and behaviours.They possess an organisational agility and organisational health that simultaneously operates with both rigour and dynamic forward-looking attributes. These digital businesses are naturally adaptive, innovative and operate at speed. A digital workplace also looks to build customer focused products and services whilst deepening digitisation into their supply-chain and ecosystem. They recognise that to be a digital business they need to be a digital organisation.

A high-performance digital culture

Companies need to develop a high-performance digital culture that supports their digital ambitions. It is the very foundation of a successful digital business, driving value creation and a continuous state of transformation, both absorbing and generating change. Culture can and should be an intrinsic part of organisational strategy. It needs to be tangible, continuously measured and included in KPIs. Culture is permeated and adopted by integrating focused practices and KPIs into an organisation’s values, behaviours, processes and systems.

Go beyond employee engagement

Employee engagement has long been seen as the primary tool to measure organisational culture. Temporall believes that organisational health and a high-performance culture is unique to each company. Culture Workbench brings continuous and deep organisational insights to the forefront of Board and Leadership teams, measuring the tangible impact of elements of your high performing culture and digital workplace.

Unprecedented industry disruption

Digital Transformation has been hailed as the primary approach to take old business models and bring them into the modern digital age. However, 70% of digital transformation projects fail. Business transience, rapid technology advancement, external influences, changing workforce and employee preferences continue to bring industry disruption and perpetual uncertainty. The need for companies to transform and evolve as a digital business has never been so critical, the chasm between success and failure is widening. Yet organisational transformation has been widely ignored and is a barrier to success.

What is a digital business?

Digital businesses fully align their corporate strategy, goals and behaviours.They possess an organisational agility and organisational health that simultaneously operates with both rigour and dynamic forward-looking attributes. These digital businesses are naturally adaptive, innovative and operate at speed. A digital workplace also looks to build customer focused products and services whilst deepening digitisation into their supply-chain and ecosystem. They recognise that to be a digital business they need to be a digital organisation.

A high-performance digital culture

Companies need to develop a high-performance digital culture that supports their digital ambitions. It is the very foundation of a successful digital business, driving value creation and a continuous state of transformation, both absorbing and generating change. Culture can and should be an intrinsic part of organisational strategy. It needs to be tangible, continuously measured and included in KPIs. Culture is permeated and adopted by integrating focused practices and KPIs into an organisation’s values, behaviours, processes and systems.

Go beyond employee engagement

Employee engagement has long been seen as the primary tool to measure organisational culture. Temporall believes that organisational health and a high-performance culture is unique to each company. Culture Workbench brings continuous and deep organisational insights to the forefront of Board and Leadership teams, measuring the tangible impact of elements of your high performing culture and digital workplace.

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What our customers say

Owen Sisk

Managing Director

“They got the whole picture fast, were insightful and brought the rare blend of wider business understanding and technology expertise, all underpinned by a real awareness that in getting change delivered it’s all about culture and people.”

Jim Jordan

Financial Director

“Temporall has really got our teams energised as their people demonstrate clear expertise in their fields. The insights they have generated around technology, has shown that they truly understand what is required to drive our business forward.

Jeremy Ehlers

Chief Information Officer

We partnered with Temporall to help us understand better the underlying sentiment of our customer survey data; their expertise in data science and technology enabled us to target specific improvements that enhance our customers’ experience.

GEFCO

Executive Vice President

Temporall understands the opportunity for executive teams to capture and leverage data insights to drive a high-performance culture.

Stuart Simms

CEO

“Rakuten Marketing is in a period of significant transformation, it is essential for us to capture data, listen to our teams, and to gain valuable insight from our most important asset – our people. Temporall has enabled us to truly understand sentiment and performance levels across our company and take the necessary strategic actions to evolve and adapt.”

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What our customers say

Jim Jordan

Financial Director

“Temporall has really got our teams energised as their people demonstrate clear expertise in their fields. The insights they have generated around technology, has shown that they truly understand what is required to drive our business forward.

Jeremy Ehlers

Chief Information Officer

“We partnered with Temporall to help us understand better the underlying sentiment of our customer survey data; their expertise in data science and technology enabled us to target specific improvements that enhance our customers experience.

GEFCO

Executive Vice President

“Temporall understands the opportunity for executive teams to capture and leverage data insights to drive a high-performance culture.”

Owen Sisk

Managing Director

“They got the whole picture fast, were insightful and brought the rare blend of wider business understanding and technology expertise, all underpinned by a real awareness that in getting change delivered it’s all about culture and people.”

Stuart Simms

CEO

“Rakuten Marketing is in a period of significant transformation, it is essential for us to capture data, listen to our teams, and to gain valuable insight from our most important asset – our people. Temporall has enabled us to truly understand sentiment and performance levels across our company and take the necessary strategic actions to evolve and adapt.”

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To find out how we can help you continuously measure your organisational health and workplace culture please get in touch.

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Contact us today! Get in Touch

To find out how we can help you continuously measure your organisational health and workplace culture please get in touch. 

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