Thinking transformative, and embracing digital
We believe organisations that consider digital transformation should look at what their customers need and how to make their processes and systems efficient, enabling employees to unlock the true potential of the business model. Our approach is designed to challenge your people to think beyond the status quo and transform the world around them. At Sysdoc, we leverage our transformation experience with our creative minds to uncover true value for our clients.
We bring a unique set of skills to our clients that transforms the hearts and minds of leaders, employees and customers. Our Digital Transformation team takes a 360 degree view of your organisation.
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Designing the future of Sysdoc
How we enabled global collaboration and team work to rebrand from the inside-out, taking a human-centred approach to branding by putting our people and our clients first through the entire process. What does ‘brand’ mean to you? For some it has become shorthand for a variety of static visual assets, like the logo, or look and feel. But to us, brand is more than what a company ‘looks like’. An organisation’s brand lives in the minds of the people who engage with it. It’s how people talk about an organisation, and how they interact with it – a good brand increases both trust and loyalty.
Katherine Corich - An interview with WIL
Our Founder Katherine Corich was interviewed recently for the European Network for Women In Leadership, of which she is a board member. They discussed her career shift and what it takes to lead a successful transformation programme in the 21st century, as well as her extraordinary charity work in Brazil as Chairwoman of Happy Child International. Katherine also reiterated the importance of networks such as WIL Europe and shared with the group a lesson she recently learned through her millennial employees. You can read the interview in full below.
Think your job won't be automated?
Jobs, careers and entire professions are under threat. Who knows the speed change will take place? The technologies that will disrupt our lives in 5-10 years’ time almost certainly haven’t been invented yet. There are those who are cynical about these views. They say it’s all hype and things will move a lot slower. However, I would like to tell you the story of the runaway train – to show how entire industries are being disrupted as evidence for our case. I first became aware of the extraordinary story of the runaway train reading the newspaper in Terminal 2 at Heathrow. The story happened in Australia and had gone global. When we reached our destination, the local South Australian press was full of it.