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Crafting a strategic digital recipe for mobility success

Are you ready to transform your global mobility function and lead your organisation into a digitally empowered future?

In an ever-evolving global business environment, the success of your organisation is dependant on a robust digital strategy, particularly in the realm of global mobility. With geopolitical changes and technological advancements reshaping the landscape, is your digital strategy equipped to navigate these complexities?


The rapid pace of change in the global market has made it crucial for organisations to adopt a proactive digital strategy in their mobility programmes. This strategy should not only address the immediate technological needs but also anticipate future trends and challenges.

This article delves into the transformative power of a forward-thinking digital strategy for the global mobility function, empowering companies to lead rather than follow in the evolving business landscape.

Key Pillars of a Successful Digital Strategy in Global Mobility

  1. Vision: Define what an iconic digital mobility organisation looks and feels like, with a set of clearly defined and measurable goals
  2. Roadmap: Develop a prioritised plan of initiatives, both internal and external to mobility, to realise your vision. This should align with your budget constraints and include drafting business cases for strategic projects requiring additional funding or organisational support.
  3. Governance and Operating Model: Establish a clear set of roles and responsibilities for who owns what part of the transformation and how to deal with changes to your roadmap. Defining a framework for executing digital transformation programmes will lead to ultimate success, including everything from discovery phases to design, development, testing and change management.
  4. Mobility Technology/System Landscape: Gain a thorough understanding of the complex digital platforms within HR and mobility. Maintain an inventory of these systems—including ownership details, contracts, costs and integrations—to proactively manage changes affecting these technologies.

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