How ‘Digital Winners’ Become Market Leaders

How ‘Digital Winners’ Become Market Leaders

How ‘Digital Winners’ Become Market LeadersHow ‘Digital Winners’ Become Market Leaders

Measuring up to the demands of the digital economy is no simple task, yet companies that become “digital winners” are more likely to become market leaders.

Informed ChoiceInformed Choice

75% of survey respondents at digital winners said their organization’s decisions are data-driven, compared to 58% of those at other companies who said this is the case.

Cash FlowCash Flow

76% of respondents at digital winners said their company has strong revenue and profit growth, compared to 55% of those at other organizations who claim the same.

Clear ConnectionClear Connection

75% of those at digital winners said their organization maps decisions directly to company strategies, but only 53% of respondents at other companies said they do this.

Timely DecisionsTimely Decisions

63% of those at digital winners said their company’s decisions are made in real-time, compared to just 46% of respondents at other organizations who claim the same.

Open BookOpen Book

58% of respondents at digital winners said their organization’s decisions are made transparent to the people affected by them, but only 44% of those at other companies said this happens where they work.

Happy CampersHappy Campers

87% of those at digital winners have satisfied employees, as opposed to 63% of respondents at other companies.

Ready AccessReady Access

75% of respondents at digital winners said their leadership makes regular contact with employees, but just 46% of those at other companies said this happens at work.

Upward MobilityUpward Mobility

81% of those at digital winners said highly talented people can advance quickly at their organization, but only 63% of respondents at other companies claim the same.

Staying PutStaying Put

75% of respondents at digital winners have employees who are likely to stay in their jobs if given a chance to leave, but only 54% of those at other organizations said this about their employees.

Inclusive AtmosphereInclusive Atmosphere

66% of those at digital winners said their company recognizes diversity’s positive impact on corporate culture, compared to 47% of respondents at other companies who said their organization does this.

Dennis McCafferty
Dennis McCafferty
Dennis McCafferty is a contributor to CIO Insight. He covers topics such as IT leadership, IT strategy, collaboration, and IT for businesses.

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