Digital transformation (Dx) requires a shift in culture and workforce as well as in technology.
Bringing in shiny new technology is not in itself a transformation. The shift happens when the institution transforms its processes and practices in a way that directly impacts mission and strategy.
As colleges and universities start to make changes related to the digital transformation of higher education, IT leaders need to develop a technology strategy that enables and supports the institution’s Dx initiatives, typically requiring technology that is more flexible and agile than what has been needed in the past. And in order to be successful, IT leaders need to work with a wide variety of stakeholders in both the planning and implementation of that technology strategy.
Read the full article Technology Strategy for Digital Transformation: Get Your Stakeholders on Board, and learn more about the EDUCAUSE Enterprise IT Program and how it’s examining the relationship between enterprise IT and the digital transformation of higher education