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Business Transformation: Organizations Struggle to Find the Path to Innovation

By Dick Weisinger

Businesses aren’t happy with themselves.  A report by KPMG found that 96 percent of businesses say that they need to change, transform and become more innovative.

Stephen Hasty, Global Transformation Leader at KPMG International, said that “business transformation can no longer be a ‘one and done’ initiative.  Top executives realize that their organizations must create mechanisms to continuously evolve and respond to their external environment. Unfortunately, these business leaders are up against serious barriers to reaching goals, as well as massive disruptions in technology and customer preferences and demand.”

The KPGM study has the following three recommendations for achieving transformation and innovation:

  • Focus on the customer
  • Embed innovation in the business
  • Learn to thrive on change
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One comment on “Business Transformation: Organizations Struggle to Find the Path to Innovation
  1. Max says:

    I really like how you talked about business transformation not being able to be a “one and done” situation. Especially with today’s technology, business can change overnight, and I think a lot of customers expect that in a way from businesses. I’ve always been really curious about how business transformation is approached, so I’m glad I found your article and I 100% agree with your point to focus on the customer.

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