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02 November, 2018 | (01 hr)

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The impact of the digital economy has brought massive changes to workplace structures, business models, and the nature of workredefining what work is and how people get work done. Digital transformation is not about automation, but about how we achieve business objectives with a new model enabled by the new technologies. However, many organizations remain trapped in their digital transformation journeys by legacy systems and an outdated mindset. To succeed in an era of digital transformation, organizations require not only technology but also deep cultural change that forces them to question basic beliefs and assumptions and to reengineer business models and innovation processes.

Key Takeaways:

  • Key business strategies for companies to meet the digital future
  • Key merits and competencies that contribute to a high-performing leader in this digital age
  • Reshaping culture, structure, leadership model, and workforce to drive agility and new ways of working to be competitive in the digital age
  • Key steps that companies can take to ensure they are upskilling/reskilling their workforce for a digital future
  • 8 areas where HR can help in driving digital transformation

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Marc Havercroft

Marc Havercroft
COO & VP Strategy
SAP Success Factors

Nicholas Sutcliffe

Nicholas Sutcliffe (Moderator)
Senior Fellow, Human Capital
The Conference Board

Nicholas Sutcliffe is a Senior Fellow in Human Capital at The Conference Board. Having worked in Asia since 1994, Nicholas has a deep understanding of the cultural and social issues that affect the region and a passionate interest in Chinese and Indian business relations and cultural drivers...Full Bio

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