Why Transformation Requires a Process-First Mentality
Find out why organizations are naturally drawn to putting a fresh coat of paint over existing processes and calling it transformation — and why that’s leading them down the wrong road.
Charles Araujo is an international keynote speaker and technology industry analyst focused on helping organizations and individuals reset, reimagine their future, and reinvent themselves and their organizations for the digital era and what he calls the New Human Age.
In this era of automation and panic over job insecurity, Charles teaches his audience how to future-proof themselves. Charles is a thought-leader on digital transformation, innovation, the digital age and the future of work.
He is also the founder of The Institute for Digital Transformation and a best-selling author. His first book, The Quantum Age of IT: Why Everything You Know About IT is About to Change, helped enterprise IT teams understand the macro trends changing their role within the enterprise and reinvent themselves so they could lead their organizations into the future.
Charles Araujo was a recognized authority on digital transformation long before it became a buzzword. His two subsequent books, The Ecosystem Advantage: How to Build the Digital Ecosystem that will Help You Win in the Digital Era, and Performance Driven IT: How Metrics Can Transform IT Services & Operations, explored specific ways that enterprise organizations and their IT functions needed to transform their operating models for the digital era.
His forthcoming book, The New Human Age, will examine how to have an impact in your career, organization, and life in an era in which machines seemingly run everything. It will explain that the answer may be to embrace the very qualities that make us human as we reimagine the future and reinvent ourselves for it.
Charles serves as Principal Analyst with Intellyx. He is also a regular contributor to CIO Magazine, and has been quoted or published in Time, InformationWeek, CIO Insight, NetworkWorld, CIO & Leader, IT Business Edge, TechRepublic, Computerworld, USA Today, and Forbes.