Organizations are advised on their current state of digital maturity and priorities for developing or updating their digital transformation program for guaranteed success and optimal benefits.

Advisory services can be delivered onsite or online as one-to-one and group programs which is ideal for CEO, C-suite and board members responsible for leading the transformation agenda.  Broader workshops for steering committees and project teams may also suit client needs.

Business Case:

The business of sports is one of the most disrupted industries and it’s growth challenges are unique as legacy organizations transition to connected fan companies for the first time in history.

“This is a time of digital Darwinism – an era where technology and society are evolving faster than businesses can naturally adapt.”

– Brian Solis, Digital Analyst

Digital transformation is owned by the whole organization and people, not technology, are  the biggest barrier to digital transformation so we all have much to contribute to the topic.

According to McKinsey Global Institute’s Industry Digitization Index’ the world operates at less than twenty percent of its digital capacity, with the USA at 18%; UK at 17% and Europe 12%.  

It’s little wonder that 70 percent of digital transformation projects fail.

The gap between digital have’s and have not’s is accelerating as generational and technological change continue to increase in pace. 

Organizations that are not intentional, informed  and urgent in their digital transformation efforts are lagging behind competitors that get what ‘going digital’ rather than ‘doing digital’ is all about. 


Stephen’s guest posts on Paul Green berg’s ZDNet blog “Social CRM: The Conversation” showcase SB1sport’s insights;

Why sport is one of the most distributed industries | ZDNet

The case for business model innovation: A sports store | ZDNet

Only a game? Sport isn’t just for spectators… It’s a platform | ZDNet

Sport businesses become digital media companies in the … – ZDNet