The Continuum Modality™

Your adoption journey needs a trail guide. Our experienced team partners with our clients to navigate and direct using The Continuum Modality™​ as the compass.

Knowing a clear path from identification through deployment with steps for validation, education, and testing along the way is critical to long-term success. The axis of The Continuum Modality™ is an adaptation, leaving room to change routes or blaze new trails fluidly along the way.

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Embrace the constant: TRANSFORMATION.

Enable a Transformation Lifecycle

Create Repeatable Consumption Models

Deliver through People & Process

Transformation is 80/20

Real digital transformation follows the 80/20 rule. 80% of the effort is organizational: people and process. 20% of the work is technology: hardware and software. Organizations must do the heavy lifting to understand existing procedures, cultural and organizational silos, and gather real insight into the IT team’s challenges. Often these issues are hidden from leadership and block meaningful transformation. You will not measure the Continuum Mindset True digital transformation success in short term results but longer-term process and methodology. While short-term goals can and should be set, they’ll need to be constant addressed with the understanding that change is constant.

“The technically possible only becomes achievable when organizations are ready to adopt it.”

Enabling your Team

Suitably aligned, your team operates as both the lighthouse guiding towards your destination and an amplifier for your transformational agility. Leaders exponentially decrease friction and time-to-value by properly communicating a vision, identifying and supporting change champions, and focusing on enablement and education.

Wherever you are in your transformation journey, it’s critical to adopt a methodology for repetition.

Transformation Lifecycle

Digital transformation is a methodology, not a destination.

The Hard Part

  • Decide what you want your IT delivery to look like in three to five years.
  • How will your teams operate?
  • How will you assess emerging technology?
  • What does maturity mean to you?

The 12 Month Plan

The starting point should be a big picture priority project that can be broken down and accomplished in 12 months.

This will be the anchor for building and adopting a transformation methodology and a critical success point to maintain momentum.

Adopting Your Methodology

  • Document and formalize the process.
  • Communicate the process across teams.
  • Adapt the process where necessary.

Continual Adoption

By the Continuum Modailty℠ your team will be poised to identify, assess, and adopt as required.