Most have us who are active on social media must have seen this video of a person struggling to use Zoom.
I remember when I first got into social media I head the saying
"a fool with a tool, is still a fool" if you look at wikipedia, the quote is attributed to two people, either way it's a great metaphor for our time.
We have all struggled with tech at some point in our lives, we have all been on mute when we shouldn't be. It certainly seems to be the way life is going to work for the foreseeable future.
But what does "cat man" have to do with digital transformation? I've just seen an article entitled "the 7 best tools to digitally transform your company" which is great but, will a tool really transform your company?
It's clear from "cat man" that if your people are not trained to be digital then your business isn't going to be digital.
Who's going to train your people to be digital, yes I know I'm biased but, can your current analogue team train your employees to be digital?
Here at DLA Ignite, we have been digital for nearly five years, we are not some startup started during lock down, people that have crafted a methodology over time. We have tried it and tested it in client after client. We know the pitfalls, we know the risks, we know what works, better still, we know what does not work.
Where Do We Go From Here?
Just give me, or one of the DLA Ignite team and hour of your time and we can walk you through what we are doing in the form of case studies, what we are doing for other businesses to transform them to digital. No hard sell, just practical examples.
DLA Ignite is a global business and we understand that a "cookie cutter" approach to digital does not work, we have to take into account local language and cultural sensitivities. Which is why we have built teams across the globe, that can support you by country and industry sector.
The Texas lawman was forced to face the nightmare many have feared during the COVID-19 pandemic and the age of non-stop Zoom calls, when it is believed his child had used the computer before him and left a cat filter on the camera.