Creating Competitive Digital Operating Models in Analog-Native Companies

Posted September 23, 2020 | Leadership | Technology | Amplify
There are very few success stories of traditional analog-native companies becoming digitally mature enough to compete with the digital-native players. This drives an urgent need for the analog-native companies to adapt strategies, business models, organizational structures, and capabilities to remain competitive in the short term and relevant in the long term. Moreover, to build lasting differentiation and competitive advantage, this adaptation needs to be carried out while simultaneously preserving, enhancing, and expanding the core business.
About The Author
Jonas Andrén
Jonas Andrén is a Senior Manager at Arthur D. Little (ADL), based in Stockholm, Germany, and a member of ADL’s Strategy & Organization practice. He assists clients primarily in the healthcare and high-tech sectors succeed by leveraging personal and firm-wide competence in strategy, technology, and innovation. Mr. Andrén’s focus areas include strategy, commercial due diligence, business planning, financial analysis, and technology and… Read More
Lokesh Dadhich
Lokesh Dadhich is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium; a Principal at Arthur D. Little (ADL), based in Dubai; and a member of ADL’s Telecommunication, Information, Media & Electronics practice. His focus areas include strategy, organization, and digital transformation in the telecom sector. Since joining ADL, Mr. Dadhich has advised telecom operators across the Middle East in complex strategy and organization projects, such as fixed… Read More
Johan Treutiger
Johan Treutiger is a Cutter Expert; a Partner at Arthur D. Little (ADL), based in Stockholm, Germany; and a member of ADL’s Strategy & Organization practice. He serves large industry and public sector clients and investors, helping them succeed in the changing business environment driven by digitalization, disruptive technologies, and globalization. Mr. Treutiger has led more than 70 projects in strategy, innovation, and transformation.… Read More
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