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How can companies navigate the digital economy?

Digital Transformation  

Companies are massively investing in digitization, but the results are variable and trends are moving so quickly that strategizing is very difficult. How can we track where companies are on their journey in digitizing their businesses? What roadmaps are there to navigate the digital world around the company? How should companies respond to the challenges of digitization to in making investment decisions, address skill shortages, manage key talent, and drive productivity?

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Digital transformation Q & A

Digital transformation Q & A

Featuring: Bart van Ark and Mary Young