Have you ever found yourself immersed in the endless scroll of TikTok at 11 pm (or for the true adults, Instagram),
observing influencers proudly displaying their million-dollar car collections and wondering, “Why spend all that money on a car just to let it sit there?”
It’s a fundamental issue that we, the Process Excellence and Mining practice, have encountered time and time again, particularly over the last 18 months.
When it comes to an organization’s technology assets, it can sometimes be a bit like having that garage filled with high-performance cars gathering dust. The underlying reasons?
1. Ignorance of Technological Capabilities
2. Overestimation of Technology Capabilities
Some examples of this are…
Best practices for minimizing issues
While there are no silver bullets, you can implement a few best practices for a smoother ride:
In conclusion, the key lies in striking a balance between understanding the capabilities of technology and aligning them with organizational objectives. By dispelling misconceptions and fostering a culture of continuous learning and adaptation, organizations can unlock the true potential of technology to drive sustainable value and innovation. So, while a Ferrari can have a plough on the back of it and work the field… that’s not what it was designed to do.
Revving up efficiency
At Roboyo, our approach centers around what we call a diagnostic; a meticulous examination of every aspect within an organization, including its technology assets, processes, and any existing automation. We compile a graded list of recommendations, assessing both complexity of the current set up and the potential value addition that can be achieved.
This empowers organizations to fine-tune operations, leverage technology more effectively, and position themselves for sustained success.
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