Your Automation Evolution Begins Here
Assess where your business is on the automation journey from Reactive to Proactive. Use your knowledge to make improvements to your company by answering 10 questions. The results will help guide you across collaboration, technology, digital transformation and connectivity challenges with recommended content to help you get there.
- Reactive - No Automation
- Consistent - Central Automated Processes
- Prepared - Silos of Automation
- Reinforced - Data Collection and Analysis
- Proactive - Integrated Enterprise
Which of the following best describes the level of automation at your organization?
What is the primary challenge your organization faces with automation?
How would you characterize the current state of operational processes within your organization?
Which of the following best describes the current level of analytics in your operation?
At what level do you believe the people across your organization understand, execute and can practically focus on improvement in their roles and responsibilities?
Which of the following best describes the impact data silos have on your operation?
Which stage of workforce connectivity best describes where your operation fits today?
What level of confidence do you have about making remote changes to live production systems as part of continuous improvement initiatives?
How would you describe your organization’s adoption of digital transformation in improving customer experience?
What is the next standard for productivity, collaboration and efficiency your organization realistically hopes to achieve?
Your Edge to Enterprise Level: Reactive
Your Rank: Automation Maturity Journey
Based on your answers, your team is likely at Level 1 (Reactive) on your Automation Maturity Journey.
Your Rank: Maturity Journey Components
How you currently compare across these components
Ad hoc communication and coordination between employees and across departments
Managed communication and some shared decision-making
There is collaboration, shared decision-making, and accountability
Collaboration-based processes are measured to identify inefficiencies and bottlenecks
Effective knowledge-sharing and individual empowerment is occurring
Little or no automation
Siloed information and no central infrastructure
Central automated processes across the application lifecycle
Metrics of automated processes are collected and measured against business goals
Self-service automation and self-learning via analytics and self-remediation are in place
Often, processes are reactive and unpredictable
Processes are managed by not usually standardized
Standardization is in place across the organization
There is visibility and predictability across processes
Processes are fully realizing risk and cost optimization