Digital Culture & Transformation

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO HAVE A DIGITAL CULTURE? IT’S A WAY OF THINKING—WEAVING TECHNOLOGY INTO THE BASIC FABRIC OF HOW YOU DO BUSINESS 

At .orgSource, we understand what a commitment to being a digital culture means for an association. The most powerful, impactful change comes from the alignment of technology with the mission and vision of the organization. Technology is no longer seen just as an isolated transactional tool, but as a key strategic resource for the success of the organization.

To strengthen your digital culture, we will take stock of the current technological environment in your organization, including your organizational structure, systems, operating processes, staff capabilities and resources. Then we will work with you to identify gaps and create a transformation plan. 

Your transformation plan may include specific technology investments—perhaps you need enhanced digital productivity tools to support breaking down silos and foster meaningful staff collaboration. But our approach goes beyond the tools to ensuring you have the right environment to benefit from those tools.

Working with your senior management team, .orgSource advisors can help you transform your technology function. From providing insight to what’s on the horizon to helping you lead digital process changes, our digital transformation services include:


Whatever path you decide to take, .orgSource is your trusted partner in strengthening your digital culture and creating a more effective, innovative organization for your members. 

“Without .orgSource’s engagement in projects for the American Society of Anesthesiologists and The Joint Commission, I would not have been able to make the improvements I did to the associations’ digital strategies. .orgSource becomes more than vendors—they become partners who make sure you’re investing your resources where you need to.”

-Dawn Glossa, MPA, director of corporate communications, The Joint Commission