Ontario Lottery and Gaming bets on a digital future to appeal to Millennials

This may also apply to the LCBO and other government entities that need to embrace e-commerce in a big way!

Financial Post | Business

Disrupt or be disrupted. This is the stark choice with which many senior managers are faced as emerging technologies and corresponding behaviours continue to reshape the marketplace.

Given the choice, most would understandably choose the former. The problem, of course, is that many organizations are crippled by organizational inertia. Market leaders and public companies are particularly vulnerable, as they tend to possess deeply entrenched operational structures, revenue models and cultural values. Either they don’t see the change coming or, more likely, can’t muster the organizational willpower required to do anything about it.

Case study: OLG

Five years ago, Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. found themselves in this position. Senior management observed that Millennials are less interested than previous generations in gambling the old-fashioned way. Natives of the Internet and accustomed to the conveniences afforded by smartphones, many were turning away from corner-store kiosks and toward online poker and other “casino-style”…

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