This one-day training workshop has been designed to give organisations a practical introduction to exercises which can help kick-start digital transformation projects, and make change happen.
Change takes many forms. Perhaps you’re looking to change your ways of working to better support customers, or to build internal capabilities, tools, and skills. You may be thinking about modernising older systems and processes, setting your digital strategy, or trying to work out the structure and roles your teams need… but feel you need a little bit of a helping hand to know that you’re thinking about the right things.
This course will help you to understand what digital transformation means, how your business could benefit, and give you some skills to start making improvements.
This will be a hands-on workshop where the content will be based on real challenges and opportunities that your business is facing. A set of tried and tested activities will be used to walk you through a shortened version of a typical digital transformation project process, and you’ll leave with not only some great ideas to take forward within the business, but also new knowledge about how to make this happen.
This course is perfect for companies who want to work better with digital technologies, and who need a bit of direction to focus their energy. You might be:
Attendees don’t need any design or development experience of working with the web - just a willingness to look critically at current situations, to be able to imagine what could be better, and to have the drive to make it happen. We recommend a mix of diverse roles attend - from senior management through to those on the front lines day-to-day.
No laptops need to be brought along, and all materials will be provided.
By participating in this workshop you’ll come away with:
Sally Lait is a senior consultant based in Suffolk. Through her company Records Sound the Same she helps organisations from big to small with their digital transformation, discovery, planning, and strategic decisions, with clients including the RNLI, Manor Racing F1 team, and Hotelplan. The merging of user thinking and technical principles is what drives her work - helping people to understand what they need, they choices they have, and how to practically make these happen. Sally is also an Associate at the Open Data Institute, author, gamer, tea snob, lover of hotel carpets, and tweets as @sallylait.
If you'd like to discuss booking this workshop for your company, please get in touch using one of the methods on our contact page. It's useful if you could let us know:
We'll then be able to get back to you with an indication of costs and a plan.Book now