Firms like McKinsey, PwC and Deloitte have seized the digital marketing opportunity by creating outstanding long-form and video content. Every business from multi-nationals to solo entrepreneurs in all sectors, should follow suit to amplify their digital presence.
Despite digital advances, some company leaders are no better equipped to handle the changes coming their way than they were in 2007. A new PwC report suggests Digital IQ has declined since they began to ask executives to self-assess their organisations.
A new Insead report analyses the impact of digitalisation on boards and senior executives, with the aim of enlightening and supporting leaders in their digital journey. It gives 11 key implications and recommendations.
While response to UK Government Digital Strategy has been mixed, it remains the strategy that sets out how the UK will build on its achievements to date, with the intention of developing a world-leading digital economy that works for everyone.
These seven deadly sins illustrate things that are easy to get wrong when developing an IoT strategy and designing or developing IoT capabilities. Regardless of which sins you might struggle with, there are three basic steps to ensure a smoother IoT journey.
While 21% of executives see significant results from digital transformation, 79% are caught out at the big hurdles, which include the inability to experiment, change management, legacy systems, a risk-averse culture, and organisational silos.
In a new report titled, “Business Chemistry in the C-suite,” researchers from the Deloitte Greenhouse Experience team surveyed 661 C-suite executives and found that two of the four primary Business Chemistry types account for nearly two-thirds of the sample.
The World Strategy Summit – European Edition in Lisbon will focus on the path to increased competitive advantage. Three guest speakers will present the full lifecycle of digitalisation, from inception to execution. Register online to attend the event next week.
While commentary on digital has soared, much of it is about firms that 'other people' run. But to what extent are independent professionals taking advantage of digital for the well-being and growth of 'their own' businesses?