Mike Grigsby leads change from an incredibly diverse background and worldview. With more than 20 years as a technology executive in both the public and private sectors, he maintains a diverse global network and frequently collaborates and strategizes across a broad spectrum of organizations, clients, and colleagues.
Mike's work aims to help organizations develop a strategic response to the growing demands of Digital Transformation. Mike has conducted countless executive and team trainings and has led change across complex enterprises including government, private corporations, non-profit, and academia. He strongly believes technology is meant to augment our human experiences and technology success cannot be achieved without corresponding success in the areas of people, process, and culture.
No organization is immune from the impact of Digital Transformation.
Technology continues to progress at a dizzying pace and shows no signs of slowing down. Its disruptive impact has been felt in organizations for many years; however, the scope and rate of that impact is increasing and challenging organizations at unprecedented scale. Digital transformation at its core is about organizational growth and evolution. It requires realigning mindset and perspectives around people, processes, and cultures in order to maximize technology solutions. In order to capitalize on the benefits promised with digital change, organizations need to embrace a comprehensive reimagining of how work gets done. Learn a practical methodology for taming the challenges of Digital Transformation.
It's high time we admit that IT and Technology are not the same.
Many organizations relegate the leadership burden of technology and innovation exclusively to its IT staff. This misses the larger, amplifying effect that occurs when that workload and responsibility are distributed across the entire organization. Technology savvy leadership is not a luxury anymore. Technology Quotient (TQ) refers to an individual's or organization's ability to assimilate or adapt to technology changes through meaningful strategies that extract the greatest value and benefits. Discover the advantages gained from increasing your organization's Total TQ and developing a digital-first culture.
Innovation itself is not disruptive. Disruption necessitates innovation.
Every organization must navigate the turbulent waters of change brought on by Digital Transformation and the disruption that accompanies it. Organizations have two choices: disrupt themselves or be disrupted. Those organizations that intentionally and deliberately prepare themselves and their people by leaning into change and disruption will be far more buoyant and resilient than those who wait for circumstances to force change. Understand the four keys to organizational change and how to leverage them for self-disruption within your industry, your organization, and your teams.