How to plan the implementation of your digital strategy
Industry 4.0 is a journey not a race, so it must be planned carefully and gradually. Getting to a point where you are fully integrated and automated takes time and requires an organized and holistic approach. In Part 1 of this 3-part webinars series, we got started by diving into the real-world examples and results that explained what DX is and how it can apply to your operations. In Part 2, we learned how to build the strategy with key model considerations and best practices for a current state/future-state gap analysis.
Now it’s time to charge ahead and start planning the implementation of your digital transformation strategy. Implementation relates to all facets of management which is why it is essential to approach this holistically within your organization. You need to start thinking about program management, project governance, and the teams/people needed for implementation.
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn about the implementation methodologies that will assure your Industry 4.0 journey ends with a successful transformation. You’ll also learn:
- How to build a high-performance governance model and teams
- The keys to business process reengineering and mapping
- How to structure your pilot and test phases
- The right approach to data migration
- 7 steps to avoiding implementation failure (and ensuring your project succeeds)
Jonathan Gross, LL.B., M.B.A.
Managing Director, Pemeco Consulting
Jon leads clients through the entire digital transformation life-cycle, including: technology architecture and planning, technology vendor selection, technology procurement, implementation, and ongoing optimization. More specifically, Jon helps Pemeco’s clients architect and implement technology environments that integrate ERP with the edge, including IoT, analytics, manufacturing execution, quality, supply chain, logistics, and other such systems. Jon is sought after for thought-leadership and speaking engagements by industry analysts, trade associations, and trade publications. He has also acted as part-time systems analysis and design MBA professor at the Schulich School of Business at York University.