So far, we have unpacked three dimensions of our Digital Competency Model: Strategy, Organization and Culture. The race to digitize has confirmed the CIO’s role as a defining one in modern business.
In Amrop’s continuing study of how COVID-19 is affecting business worldwide, we speak to a captain of American industry.
As Peter Drucker famously said: “culture eats strategy for breakfast.” The fast-moving and complex environment of digitization is no exception to the rule.
In a new world marked by COVID-19, industry is facing unprecedented pressure from all sides to maintain production, job stability and wealth creation.
Navigating the organizational terrain of digitization is an uphill struggle for digital leaders.
As business emerges from a punishing lockdown, how can the engines be re-started, especially when there is no clear operating manual?
Leaders worldwide currently face career-defining struggles to invoke wise decision-making during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To say that many non-tech organizations are struggling with digitization is probably an understatement. Implementing digitization at the right time with the right results is a huge task.
The world of disruption we’re living in means CEOs need to engage in ‘live planning’, allowing their company to adapt to change rather than fading away, Federico Cúneo, Chairman of Amrop, tells Semana
Surprising though it may seem at the current time, senior executives are continuing to accept job offers, and are getting to sit in their new chairs for the first time.