Digital Transformation: Investment Strategy at Oshkosh Corp.
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Oshkosh Corp., founded in 1917, has 15,000 employees and builds specialty trucks and construction equipment. In this exclusive interview with CXOTalk, the Chief Information Officer (CIO) of Oshkosh Corp., Anu Khare, explains how the company invests in digital transformation.
Keep reading to learn how a major American conducts business and financial planning for its digital transformation strategy.
The conversation includes these topics:
-- Innovation and digital transformation
-- What is digital transformation?
-- How does digital transformation enable innovation?
-- How does the Oshkosh CIO conduct IT investment planning?
-- Foundations of digital transformation strategy at Oshkosh Corp.
-- What is the role of IT in creating business and digital strategy?
-- Change management and the digital transformation journey
-- Metrics and KPIs to evaluate digital transformation
-- Role of data management and analytics in digital transformation
-- On the importance of employee experience
-- Advice for change management in digital transformation consulting
-- Employee hiring, retention, and loyalty
Anupam Khare is Oshkosh Corporation’s Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, a position he has held since April 2018. Mr. Khare has responsibility for all digital technology efforts to support Oshkosh’s business growth and innovation efforts. In this role, he leads the Company’s intelligent enterprise agenda which includes data science and artificial intelligence practice, digital manufacturing, cybersecurity and technology shared services to drive technology-enabled business transformation.
Prior to joining Oshkosh, Mr. Khare served as the Executive Director of Digital Technology at United Technologies Corporation from 2015 to April 2018. Mr. Khare also served in positions of increasing responsibility at DuPont and Koch Industries in the U.S. and Asia.