In the past, technology has rarely elevated to the strategic level in organizations. In fact, with very few exceptions, technology has rarely provided companies with a competitive advantage or a unique selling proposition. Today, that is changing.
While technology has historically greatly helped companies become more effective or efficient, most of these advancements have materialized at the operational and functional levels. In today’s business environment, technology can also be integrated to help leadership make strategic decisions and implement those decisions quickly in order to exponentially grow the business.
Quite often leadership overlooks the possible strategic advantages provided by technology. While implementing a robotics line of production may improve productivity, and quality, these are operational, not strategic advantages.
While incorporating AI (Artificial Intelligence) to help analyze operational and functional workflows can help with production planning, AI has yet to be fully integrated into the strategic business model in most organizations.
Investing in technology is a significant, and often necessary, decision. Yet most companies integrate technology at the operational and functional levels, and rarely capitalize on the opportunity to elevate and integrate technology and its results at the strategic level where it can have a significant impact upon the overall competitiveness of the organization.
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