Get an introduction to the two frameworks Digital Maturity - 6 Generations and Organizational Capabilities.

All our programs, services and Tools are based on the frameworks. Both frameworks are developed by founder and CEO Pernille Kræmmergaard and published in the books: 'Mind the Gap. Digital Maturation - Your Leadership Responsibility', 'Digital Maturity' and 'Digital Transformation - 10 capabilities your organization should master and 3 you need’.
At DI2X we base all our services on two research-based frameworks 'Digital Maturity' and 'Organizational Capabilities'.

In short, the ‘Digital Maturity’ framework illustrates 6 generations of Digital Maturity each with their own digital mindset and leadership practices. The ‘Organizational Capabilities’ framework presents 4x4 digital transformation capabilities within strategy, technology, organization and leadership. The capabilities are essential to master to reach the highest levels of digital maturity and transform the organization.

Read more about the frameworks
The frameworks are published by Pernille Kræmmergaard in a number of languages

All three books are also available in our Resource Center.

'Mind the Gap' connects the two frameworks.

The book addresses the gaps that will arise during an organization's digital maturation, introduces Generation 6 of digital maturity and describes which organizational capabilities are crucial in which generations of digital maturity.

Buy the book here (in Danish): Mind the Gap

'Digital Transformation - 10 capabilities your organization should master – and 3 you need' was published in a first edition in 2019 and a second edition in 2020. 

The book will be updated in 2024.

Buy the book here (in Danish): Digital Transformation

Book cover of Digital Maturity by Pernille Kræmmergaard - Djøf Forlag

'Digital Maturity - Strategy, Techonology, Organization and Leadership in 5 generations' was published in 2021.

The book will be updated in 2024/2025.

Buy the book here (in Danish): Digital Maturity

  • Technology is not the central focus

    “This is a very readable and accessible book on what can be complex and confusing topic, full of misunderstandings and hype.
    Pernille Kræmmergaard manages to get to the essence of digital transformation by emphasizing that technology should not be the central focus, but a prerequisite for a more comprehensive transformation which first and foremost will make demands on your ways of thinking and leading. This book provides the lens with which to do this.”


    Joe Peppard
    Principal Research Scientist,
    MIT Sloan School of Management

    Pernille Kræmmergaard - Digital Transformation book - Djøf Forlag
  • With down-to-earth examples

    “Pernille Kræmmergaard has put together a unique book for leading digital transformation in both private companies and public. […]
    She has drawn on her many years of rich experience in executive teaching, consulting, and university research to produce a book that is triply thoughtful and forward looking, well-articulated with down-to-earth examples, and usefully applicable for practice. […] The book worries about both customers and citizens and brings a Danish humanistic perspective that is critical for the global post-Covid 2020s new normal.”


    Omar A. El Sawy
    Professor of Information Systems, Data Sciences & Operations Department,
    USC Marshall School of Business

    Pernille Kræmmergaard - Digital Transformation book - Djøf Forlag
  • A well-spent investment to read

    “This book is rather unusual. It is very concrete about something rather abstract: “Digital transformation”.
    It focuses on a very complex phenomena – strategic transformation of large organizations - and makes it very simple and easy to understand. It is based on a sound theoretical foundation and at the same time very practical. In other words – this is an unusually well composed book.
    I can recommend it to all leaders, consultants and researchers working with how to handle digital transformation. It is a well spent investment to read and reflect upon.”


    Søren Barlebo Rasmussen
    Former Professor of research and innovation management and Dean at Copenhagen Business School,
    CEO and managing partner of Mobilize Strategy Consulting

    Pernille Kræmmergaard - Digital Transformation book - Djøf Forlag
Søren Aabye Kierkegaard Danish theologian, philosopher and poet
“That, if one is to truly succeed in leading a human being to a particular place, first and foremost one must take care to find him where he is and begin there."

Søren Kierkegaard

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