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g-f(2)352 The big picture of the digital transformation (7/1/2021), WEF, How digital culture is critical to successful digital transformations




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Opportunity, Harness the wisdom of CEOS to drive successful digital transformations
Lesson learned, Culture and a shared purpose are critical for successful transformation, Antonio Neri 
  • Our world is changing at a pace and scale that we have never seen before. 
Lesson learned, Rapidly building a successful digital culture for the benefit of all, Julie Sweet
  • Collaboration, data, customer centricity and innovation are at heart of a digital culture and will unlock the value of digital and create new opportunities for employees.
Lesson learned, Link the organizational culture to the advances you lead, Stephen K. Klasko
  • The digital revolution is coming quickly, and it challenges us to tie our organizational culture to the advances we want to lead to the communities we serve. 
Lesson learned, There is more to digital transformation than technology, Badr Jafar
  • We, the connected people, are the real agents of change. It is time now to use the technological tools for the collective betterment of people and our planet.
Lesson learned, Digital transformation is primarily culture change, Gisbert Ruehl
  • The main driving tools are hierarchy-free communication and an evolving range of innovative training during working hours. This has raised the Digital IQ and shaped the transformation together. 
Lesson learned, Adopting a digital culture is essential to building great companies, Robert Smith
  • Data-driven decisions allow us to be more objective and resistant to bias. The digital revolution creates endless opportunities to build a successful strategic digital culture.

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The big picture of the digital transformation (7/1/2021)
Opportunity, Harness the wisdom of CEOS to drive successful digital transformations
Lesson learned, Culture and a shared purpose are critical for successful transformation, Antonio Neri 
  • Our world is changing at a pace and scale that we have never seen before. 
Lesson learned, Rapidly building a successful digital culture for the benefit of all, Julie Sweet
  • Collaboration, data, customer centricity and innovation are at heart of a digital culture and will unlock the value of digital and create new opportunities for employees.
Lesson learned, Link the organizational culture to the advances you lead, Stephen K. Klasko
  • The digital revolution is coming quickly, and it challenges us to tie our organizational culture to the advances we want to lead to the communities we serve. 
Lesson learned, There is more to digital transformation than technology, Badr Jafar
  • We, the connected people, are the real agents of change. It is time now to use the technological tools for the collective betterment of people and our planet.
Lesson learned, Digital transformation is primarily culture change, Gisbert Ruehl
  • The main driving tools are hierarchy-free communication and an evolving range of innovative training during working hours. This has raised the Digital IQ and shaped the transformation together. 
Lesson learned, Adopting a digital culture is essential to building great companies, Robert Smith
  • Data-driven decisions allow us to be more objective and resistant to bias. The digital revolution creates endless opportunities to build a successful strategic digital culture.

Category 2: The Big Picture of the Digital Age

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Fernando Machuca


References

Digital Culture: The Driving Force of Digital Transformation, June 2021, WEF.


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WEF

The World Economic Forum (WEF), based in Cologny, Geneva Canton, Switzerland, is an international NGO, founded on 24 January 1971. The WEF's mission is stated as "committed to improving the state of the world by engaging business, political, academic, and other leaders of society to shape global, regional, and industry agendas".

The WEF hosts an annual meeting at the end of January in Davos, a mountain resort in Graubünden, in the eastern Alps region of Switzerland. The meeting brings together some 3,000 business leaders, international political leaders, economists, celebrities and journalists for up to five days to discuss global issues, across 500 sessions.

The organization also convenes some six to eight regional meetings each year in locations across Africa, East Asia, Latin America, and India and holds two further annual meetings in China and the United Arab Emirates. Beside meetings, the organization provides a platform for leaders from all stakeholder groups from around the world – business, government and civil society – to collaborate on multiple projects and initiatives. It also produces a series of reports and engages its members in sector-specific initiatives.

The World Economic Forum and its annual meeting in Davos are criticised regarding the public cost of security, the formation of a wealthy global elite without attachment to the broader societies, undemocratic decision processes, gender issues and a lack of financial transparency. 


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