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Digital Transformation

What is Digital Transformation?

DX is a contribution to a sustainable society that is based on digital technology. In other words, it means using data and digital technologies to transform products, services and business models based on the needs of customers and society, as well as transforming operations themselves, organizations, processes, and corporate culture and culture to establish a competitive advantage.
DBIC provides the Digital Business Transformation Program by IMD, a world-class business school. And by learning the digital transformation framework, we are creating an opportunity for companies to transform themselves.

Why do we need digital transformation?

The reason is that the rules of the game have changed. Data, a modern industrial resource, is being leveraged digitally in all areas of the company's business to enhance its competitiveness and sustained business growth. This requires an essential transformation that reshapes the corporate world.

Existing companies need to be "competitive for the next 10 years

Through IMD's DX Program Digital Learning, understanding the rules of the game, complex and tangled challenges, and transformation dilemmas, "Why does DX fail in most companies? 'How can we make DX happen?' What are the 21 actions companies should take? You can recognize themes such as

A 180-degree turn from the traditional perspective of large corporations

It's clear that the traditional strategy won't work. We need to make a 180-degree turn from our traditional perspective. We need to have a vision of the meaning of our existence and what our social value is. The entire company needs to conceptualize a business model based on customer value. The culture of the company must also be transformed. It is necessary to develop a competitive edge, even if it takes 10 years.

Innovation appears for the first time beyond the DX strategy.

Implementing a true DX strategy is important in the order in which new services are advanced. If you keep doing it, new values will emerge. We find ourselves engaged in "innovation" as a culture, identifying and nurturing innovators and supporting innovation teams.