Transforming Your Operating Model for the Cloud

Jeff Townes
Vice President, Dallas Office

It can be tough for established organizations to embrace change, so when they start working with cloud-based technology, they’re bound to encounter hurdles. While some companies transform themselves, others lag behind. So what gives? In truth, it’s not so much about the cloud technology itself — it’s that, in order to be effective, adopting a concept like this requires a larger change in a company’s organizational operating model.

Cloud is poised to disrupt traditional methods for deploying technology in support of business goals, so during adoption, change fatigue is real. Humans crave stability, so when sweeping change surrounds us, it’s understandable why we’d become weary or jaded about a project. When that happens, it’s easy for the project (in this case, cloud adoption) to fail, leaving the team back at square one.

Resisting change is counterintuitive to progress, but organizations still do it.

Read the full article here https://cloudtweaks.com/2018/06/how-to-transform-your-operating-model/.