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Digital Transformation Comes Down to Talent in 4 Key Areas

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Over the years we’ve participated in, advised on, or studied hundreds of digital transformations. In doing so, we’ve gained a perspective on just how difficult true digital transformation really is and what it takes to succeed. Digital transformation is not for the faint of heart — the unfortunate reality is that, to date, many such efforts, like transformation programs in general, have failed. Read More

Digital Transformation And Digital Divide Post COVID-19

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Over the past two months, several countries across the world have experienced various forms of remote work and distance learning as governments were coming to grips with COVID-19. Quarantine, lockdown, shelter in place, countries gave this isolation different names, but this time was characterized by the same need to transform many businesses from retail to education.  Read More

Healthcare Digital Transformation — How COVID-19 Influenced the Healthcare Industry

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A lot has been made about the latest technology making our lives easier and automating redundant, mundane processes. However, what often gets lost in the mix is that at the end of the day, it is all about people. In other words, while all of the latest technological advances made us a lot of money and simplified certain tasks, the important thing is that it benefited the customers in the end. Such digital transformations are going on across industries in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, and it is definitely benefiting the common good. Read More

How The COVID-19 Pandemic Is Fast-Tracking Digital Transformation In Companies

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If “necessity is the mother of invention,” coronavirus (COVID-19) forced many around the world to rethink our daily lives from work to school to entertainment. In response to travel bans, school closures, and recommendations to not gather in large groups and keep our distance from fellow humans to limit the spread of the virus, many people turned to digital tools to keep some semblance of normality. It’s been imperative to digitally transform our places of work and education to be able to operate effectively. Those companies able to use technology well to keep going and rethink their business model for the future by fast-tracking digital transformation will be ones ahead of their competition. Read More