Change requires the right mindset and organisational practices
Tag : digital-transformation
Should I continue as a full-time consultant to the chief transformation officer in my firm? Or am I better off moving to a part-time consulting role, take on other clients, and acquire a more diverse experience?
In a slowdown, consumers become more choosy. Are auto majors doing enough to develop and launch next generation cars that today’s consumers find desirable?
Innovation is easier in the digital era. Yet, capturing value from innovation is becoming more challenging. This calls for the leader’s role to change to that of chief experimenter
In this podcast, Wharton professor Kartik Hosanagar talks about how automated decisions affect billions and what consumers can do to take back control, can a VC firm be a Pixar of VC firms, and the organisational changes Google made to become AI-first
Bridging the knowledge gap in a changing world, how leaders stay relevant, and the method behind Roger Federer’s magic
We need new frameworks and approaches to re-think strategy and how it should be formulated and taught in this new age. That’s what I learnt from my recent personal learning journey.
In “digital transformation”, transformation comes before technology. And the process begins with looking inside at your strengths and aligning them to the transformation process
The challenges aren't as much about innovation or technology, but unlearning and learning afresh