A Digital Era thought leader and strategist, Courtney Shelton Hunt, PhD is an energetic, and passionate leader committed to helping individuals and organizations tackle key challenges and opportunities in strategic, innovative, efficient, and effective ways. In addition to the services she provides as a digital coach and consultant, she regularly demonstrates her expertise through presentations and workshops, blog posts, white papers, published articles and book chapters.
Courtney is the Founder and Principal of The Denovati* Group. The Denovati Group enhances the success of individuals and organizations in the Digital Era through thought leadership and guidance, research, and consulting and training services. Denovati also facilitates the sharing of information and best practices through an active digital network, including a LinkedIn group of like-minded professionals.
SMART** Solutions help individuals and organizations function more efficiently and effectively in the Digital Era through the design and implementation of innovative and leading-edge strategies and programs.
SMART Resources offer in-depth treatment of a variety of topics related to the applications and implications of social and digital technologies. These resources provide both strategic and tactical Digital Era guidance for individuals and organizations. They include SMART Blog articles, as well as white papers, (e)books, and research reports, and graphically-oriented pieces that provide at-a-glance information.
SMART Learning services include digital literacy training and other digitally-focused education for individuals and groups, both in person and online. In addition to standard courses, customized programs can be designed to meet specific individual and organizational needs. Digital coaching for executives and other senior professionals is also available.
*The Denovati are Digital Era explorers, pathfinders and pioneers who seek to understand and effectively leverage social and digital technologies.
**SMART = Social Media And Related Technologies
Rather than viewing the impact of technological innovation on established firms as either competence-destroying or competence-enhancing, organizational leaders should consider their competence-extending possibilities.
In addition to questions about the barriers to digital engagement and transformation, I’m also often asked what I think are the primary components of organizational success in the Digital Era. Building on the ideas in Becoming a Digital Organization: A Three-Phase Journey, I’ve developed a digital transformation framework that leverages a bricks and mortar metaphor
Have senior faculty and key staff participate in a "Digital Transformation Masterclass." The objective of this short, intensive course would be to provide an overview of significant digital era trends.