Digital technology has connected an ever-growing number of people, sensors, and devices.
Further understand how to cross the digital divide to position yourself and your business as a digital leader.
Digital technology is creating new businesses and social networks, resulting in new ecosystems, and a continuously transforming economy.
Of course, not all organizations have responded to it in the same way. While some have invested significantly in technology, operational, and cultural changes, others are lagging behind.
This research study performed by Havard Business Review shows that digital transformation is paying off for those who embrace it – this study demonstrates that: Digitally transformed organizations (“digital leaders”) are performing much better than organizations that lagged behind (“digital laggards”), effectively creating a “digital divide” across companies.
The study focuses on 344 enterprises listed on U.S. exchanges with a median company revenue of $3.4 billion, including most major firms in the manufacturing, consumer packaged goods, financial services, and retail industries.
A divide is forming between organizations that have accelerated their digital transformations and those that are still figuring out a working digital model - Don’t let your organization end up in the digital laggard category.
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