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A regulation is based in law- compliance must occur. A standard is based in simplicity by unity- if it’s done collectively by the composite, it will be easier for all included. Best practice is elusive with no governing body suggesting it, how can any practitioner be sure of its truth. And so best practice usually is bespoke. For x kind of enterprise, or y kind of team- best practice is alpha. When offered such customization, the only means with which to find custom best practice is through baselining.
Vision, strategy and business continuity are important. But what if digital transformation could in fact happen on the edge and be proliferated back through the organization from there? With the digital workforce is truly being managed by the carbon-based workforce the argument could be made that cogent metrics simply need to be put in place for front-line collective intelligence to lead digital transformation at a disruptive pace.
The citizen developer has arrived. The voracious appetite for unique code has made this fact so. But simply having citizen developers doesn't translate into enterprise success. The right tools need to be sourced. The right governance needs to be put in place. And the right systems need to be implemented to ensure that the data from citizen developer activity doesn’t fall off the edge.
Any stakeholder in your value chain can be used as a muse. The customer is traditionally understood to be the best muse. Customer-centricity is the ultimate goal. But talent isn’t a bad one either. Considering the fact that embedded talent is different than incoming talent and that each of those segments is in constant flux. The tool as a muse is traditionally understood to be the worst muse for enterprise innovation because it’s traditionally employed as a ‘silver bullet.’ But when low code automation is considered based on how it can offer a better employee or customer experience, enterprise innovation can occur.