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Disruption Done Right

EPMOs Can Help Digital Transformations Spark Cohesive Change

The digital revolution can't be stopped—but it can stop organizations. According to a 2019 global survey by Couchbase, 81 percent of enterprises had a digital transformation project fail, suffer significant delays or be scaled back. One upside to a competitive landscape littered with setbacks is that there are so many lessons to be gleaned. Before organizations launch complex digital initiatives, they must examine the failures across their respective industries.
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