How to change your company culture to achieve The Connected Enterprise

Nov. 24, 2015
Launch your journey toward The Connected Enterprise by painting a picture of where you want to go — and how much it will help everyone.


The biggest obstacle you may likely face in developing a Connected Enterprise isn't technology. It's internal resistance to change.

It's human nature to be wary of change — because change requires effort, it's uncomfortable, and the outcome is always uncertain. That's why it's vital to focus on corporate culture as you build a Connected Enterprise. Without the engagement of executives, engineers, and front-line workers alike, you'll never achieve all the improved productivity, security, and real-time information benefits you could via a 21st century information technology/operations technology (IT/OT) infrastructure.

Here's what we've learned over the last decade about how to manage change in a Connected Enterprise.

To learn more about culture change, read “The Connected Enterprise culture change” from Control.

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