Technology: understanding how any particular technology contributes to transformational opportunities, adapting that technology to the specific needs of the business, or integrating it with existing systems can be an extremely complex process. To complicate matters even further, most companies have enormous technical debt — embedded legacy technologies that are tedious to change. The only way these issues can be resolved is with people who have the technical depth and breadth required, and working hand-in-hand with the business.
Data: Digital transformation involves different aspects such as understanding new types of unstructured data, massive quantities of data external to your company, leveraging proprietary data, and even integrating everything together, all while shedding enormous quantities of data that have never, and will never be used.
Process: Digital transformation requires an end-to-end mindset, the ability to rethink what you know in order to meet customer needs, a seamless connection of work activities, and the ability to manage across silos going forward.
Organizational change: elements of change in management such as leadership, teamwork, courage, emotional intelligence, and others are seen in this area.