The growing usage of data and technology throughout the organization, as well as the emergence of technology producers outside of IT, have prompted C-suite executives to define executive-level digitalization tasks and to optimally allocate them across all CxOs. Many, if not all, CxOs will take on responsibility for their domain’s technological resources, necessitating the evolution
The COVID-19 pandemic has created serious disruptions to both public and private sectors throughout the world. It has forced businesses to undergo digital transformation that most of them would have avoided for another few years if it wasn’t for the pandemic. For instance, ICICI Bank has introduced a full digital banking platform for its retail
Digital leadership in this era has become a requirement for a business to survive in the fast and ever-changing business environment. Every single market is characterised by this fast pace in today’s day and age. Due to this, it has become increasingly essential to cultivate habits that facilitate ease and accuracy in working. Digital technology
This article highlights key traits of digital leaders that allow them to leverage on disruptions and scale their organization through digital transformation. As a pandemic-led uncertainty is sweeping through organizations and functions, the only thing we can be sure about is that we are stepping into a digital future. From hybrid workplaces to online collaboration,
Digital dexterity is omnipresent, especially in the current technological landscape. With technology enabling you to order a pizza and get it delivered fast, go online shopping with your favorite e-commerce platform, or use social media to stay updated on your friends and family, digital competency and dexterity have practically become life skills. Employees at organizations
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