Check our comprehensive strategy matrix tool, your indispensable tool for institutional leaders seeking to navigate the dynamic landscape of digital learning. This invaluable resource provides institutional leaders with a clear and actionable roadmap for developing robust institutional strategies that thrive in the digital age.

It is relevant to explore the concept of digital transformation as an ongoing process of using digital technology and strategy to shift the user experience, business, operating processes, or culture. The implementation of digital transformation aims to boost the value and coordination of the institution through innovation and frameworks support the mitigation of risks when leading to complex and structural glitches, making sure there is a guided logic and a mutual understanding of the problem and the desired outcome.

The Strategy Matrix includes as rows the 5 areas of change – Pedagogical change, Organisational change, Technological change, Economic and Political Change, and Institutional change – and respective sub-areas, while its columns contain the seven ISO 21001-based dimensions, namely Context of organisation, Leadership, Planning, Support, Doing/Operation, Performance evaluation, and Improvement. Additionally, the Strategy model template is a second matrix that will serve as the template for digital strategies for all the change areas using the information from the Strategy matrix. The Strategy Matrix provides leaders with recommendations and questions about the dimensions to consider when defining new or up-to-date strategies for any digital change area. The Strategy model template rows are related to all areas and subareas of digital transformation, as defined in earlier stages of the project.

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When defining strategies for digital transformations at educational organisations, it is recommended to make a copy of the Strategyhack framework document or access the online tool and proceed as follows:
• Familiarise yourself with the details of the Strategy Matrix and Strategy Framework.
• Determine the institutional context.
• Review which strategies are already in place.
• Select which area of change needs to be addressed.
• Select which stage and elements (columns) from the Strategy matrix apply to the
• Complete the Strategy Model template using elements shown in the Strategy Matrix.