In increasingly competitive environments, using digital decision making approaches to drive efficiency and reduce costs is now just part of staying in the game.
Digital can help us solve problems and overcome challenges, be more efficient, work smarter and generate new opportunities. But achieving these outcomes now and into the future heavily depends on how well you transition into, and how effectively you navigate through, this complex digital world.
Helping others make sense of the ‘now’ and prepare for the future is important to us at Aurecon. So important that we set out on one of our most intensive market research journeys yet, to help our clients understand the actions they can take to navigate the digital landscape of 2019 and beyond. We start by understanding the current state of digital, then dive into defining digital goals and strategies for a competitive future. And finally, we expose the decisions that would drive digital success.
Our research – a combination of online surveys and deep dive interviews with a wide range of professionals and specialist futurists from across the world – uncovers what ‘digital’ means to our clients and their businesses, revealing the major barriers and challenges in the constantly evolving digital space.
Our three waves of futures research each provide key insights into the issues – and opportunities – that digitisation creates.
Understand the current and ever-changing digital landscape to plan for the path ahead with wave one of our research.
Wave two of our research identifies four key areas organisations must focus on to thrive in the digital economy.
Wave three explores the decision making that will help organisations realise the possibilities of digital ways of working.
While digital decision making processes and capabilities offer significant value for organisations, they are complex and challenging for organisations to get right on their own.
Aurecon's digital leaders, advisory professionals and technical industry experts combine to provide depth of knowledge across markets and the digital landscape, both now and into the future. We ask the right questions to achieve the most valuable digital solutions and outcomes for you.
We know that one size doesn’t fit all. We will help you determine which solution is right for you and how it helps your organisation resolve challenges and create value for your business.
We can help articulate what digital means for your organisation and how it can transform your asset base. We work with clients to formulate a portfolio of activities to test and scale real commercial opportunities.
Our experience in designing systems to make more informed operational and strategic decisions has helped our clients minimise risk. We can help you strike the right balance between an internal and external focus and eliminate blind spots in decision making.
To form a holistic picture and achieve the full realm of possibilities and opportunities, we consider the design of your built assets, operations, workforce and business models in unison.
Andrew Maher is Aurecon's Group Managing Principal, Eminence, Digital & Innovation. He is a member of the Aurecon Executive Committee and leads the development and delivery of the firm's global eminence, digital and innovation strategy and roadmap.
Stewart Bird leads Aurecon’s Innovation team as they actively explore emerging technologies and trends to understand how they are likely to impact our clients and the community. He is responsible for Aurecon’s innovation strategy and portfolio and utilises his experience in digital project delivery, and research and innovation management, to guide projects from innovation through to commercialisation.
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