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Applications 2024: How Application Leaders Should Prepare Their Organizations to Remain Relevant and Highly Effective

by Deacon D.K. Wan  |  January 14, 2019  |  Submit a Comment

Digital transformation brings great potentials ( and huge impacts ) to the future of the Application leaders and their organization.

Lets look at the most important things for application leaders going forward and prepare their organization with an effective approach, new skills, and future proof values.


Applications 2024: How Application Leaders Should Prepare Their Organizations to Remain Relevant and Highly Effective

Published: 11 January 2019 ID: G00382841
Analyst(s): Paul Saunders | Deacon D.K Wan




As enterprise applications adapt to the needs of the digital world, application leaders must develop new team skills, values, and approaches to delivering these applications. This report shows them how to ensure continued relevancy and success through 2024.

* Build Team Skills Supportive of Business-Centric Strategy, Vision and Customer Focus by Taking a Product Approach to Development
* Make Diversity a Core Objective and Look Beyond Traditional Sources of Talent to Build More Effective Teams
* Pursue Design Thinking to Foster a Culture Within Application Teams That Sees Things From the Customer’s Perspective
* Adopt Product-Based Budgeting and Support Rapid Business Change

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Deacon D.K. Wan
Senior Director, Analysts, Research & Advisory
2 years at Gartner
24 years IT Industry

Deacon D.K Wan is the Senior Director, Analyst at Gartner Applications and Product Leadership. Experts in digital innovations, product management, partnership, payments,mobile & e-commerce,BD. Read Full Bio

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