As the world recovers from the disruption of the pandemic, the rallying cry for many organizations has become “digital transformation.” Many enterprises were caught flat-footed with the wrong technology and needed to play catch-up to be more competitive in the post-pandemic world. As a result, digital transformation projects are going full tilt everywhere.
As a technology professional, I and many of my peers are in the thick of these initiatives. What we know — and some in the executive suite don’t — is that technology projects are far more likely to fail than succeed. Here’s proof: 2019 research from the Everest Group highlights the fact that 73% of enterprises failed to provide any business value from their digital transformation efforts.