Getting started on digital transformation with Turkcell, John Lewis, and Burberry

Most companies say they are innovating, transforming themselves digitally, but it takes risk, commitment and work, say three companies.

Most companies are aware of the need to keep up with trends in innovation, some will even claim to be innovators themselves, but few actually allocate resources for experimentation around digital – this despite the need for digitisation at every level of businesses big and small. Digitisation is the new normal, even for legacy brands.

At the World Retail Congress (Madrid, April 2018), this process was described by the organisers as a “tide”, exemplified by the inexorable progress of Amazon in the west, and Alibaba and as they expand across Asia. The tide has upset the traditional operations of...

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