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The Five Questions to ask in a Digital Transformation with Michael Leckie
Michael is a recognized “digital transformation leader” who drives change and culture evolution to enable true business transformation in a digital world.
Michael has worked in corporate and consulting and is formerly the Chief Learning Officer of Bloomberg Media and CLO of Digital Industry for GE.
Currently Michael is a digital transformation and HR consultant and program leader at Box of Crayons.
- Grew up son of teachers in Billings, MT
- How Michael got connected with Michael Bungay Stanier
- The importance of coaching in companies
- “We are living in a world of fifth generation technology and 2nd generation human systems”
- The importance of having real conversations with people
- How Michael got into working on digital transformations
- The importance of asking good questions and staying curious
- Defining a “Digital Transformation’
- The five questions around “digital transformation”
- How music has changed by going digital
- The Fidelity example
- Is your organization ready for digital transformation?
- The importance of measuring change and changing metrics for a digital transformation
- What to do about the people who can’t or won’t go digital
- Are you leaders doing what digital leaders have to do? Or are they playing it safe?
- Are you personally ready, willing and able to go digital yousrelf?
- Book: Humility is the new smart. The value of learning over knowing
- Book: The Day After Tomorrow
- Talking about the human capabilities to support a “digital world”
- “Exploration over Execution”
- ----take clip around 26 min mark about exploration over executiona dn what’s changed
- “The more technologically advanced we become, the more of a premium is placed on the human side of our humanness”
- Michael’s greatest accomplishment of identifying people’s genius
- Michael’s mistake of worrying too much about being right and taking the wrong work
- Trend: Companies changing culture
- “No one listens to your new beliefs. They’ve got their beliefs”
- The importance of asking really good questions at the rigtht time
- Advice: “Don’t do it alone”. Ask for help and see yourself through the eyes of others
- The expirational leader
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