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The New Age of Digital — Edition 1

In the Age of Digital, Even Change is Changing

With all the talk of digital transformations, the inevitability of AI, and adopting new ways of working, increasingly another discussion must be had: change management. At one level, “change management” is unnoteworthy. It is what it says: organisations change, managers deal with it. When management as a discipline was established,

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The New Age of Digital — Edition 1

Racing to the Post-Digital Age

What do they call Chinese food in China? Food. This joke, which did the rounds in the early 2000s, takes its humour from the juxtaposition of the same information in different contexts. Change the context and the descriptor becomes pointless. For business, it serves as a useful reminder against making

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11 Experts Share How Digital Transformation Can Work for You

The global digital transformation valuation will reach a staggering $1,247.5 billion by 2026. Moreover, various other statistics are available that signify the tremendous potential of the initiatives of cloud computing, data analytics, and governance, emerging technologies like Blockchain, IoT, Metaverse, NFTs, and more. In this blog, we have compiled the

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The New Age of Digital — Edition 1

Are you a technology company?

“Every Company is a Tech Company Now. The Disruption is Just Beginning”, wrote Edward Felsenthal, TIME Editor-in-Chief and CEO in May this year: “The scope and speed of change was unprecedented, accelerating digital adaptation by as much as five years in a 12-month period. Disruption ruled, as legacy companies imploded.

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The New Age of Digital — Edition 1

The Future of Toys

Twins Jemmy and Rona jump out of bed, waking to the alarm clock of anticipation as excited children do. Today they turn six, and there are fewer pleasures for birthday boys and girls than toys that await. Mum and Dad are at the ready. Dad helps Jemmy use their 3D

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The New Age of Digital — Edition 1

Demystifying Digital Transformation

Digital transformation. The term invokes a range of responses. For some it is the key to new opportunities; for others, it is old problems, new name. After the year that was 2020, few will see it in ways other than synonymous with crisis. Which doesn’t have to be bad. In what

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What Will Hospitality Look Like in 2023?

Every crisis pushes people to want something different. In the 1920’s it was a movement towards freedom. The boisterous Charleston bore no resemblance to the constraints of Victorian-era dance. Jazz’s flamboyance personified freedom. Women cast off the restrictions of corsets, domestic tradition and social rules to shorten their skirts, work,

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Strategos: Lessons from the Art of War

Being in enterprise today requires us to deal with so much more than a straightforward process of buying and selling. That has made strategic management a vital business tool. Consolidating the complexities of modern business into sets of goal-oriented activities for each part of the organisation to perform has become

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Leadership for Distributed Teams

Leaders everywhere are grappling with their ability to be effective as more of their people wake up to a new 9 to 5. Despite the challenges, working from home has become for thousands of organisations a bitter sweet reality. It means they at least business continues and their people still

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Retail: The Forgotten Innovators

Published in Retail Wire, November 26, 2019 Few industry sectors have changed as much in the space of five decades as retail. The people who seem to least realise it are retailers. What hasn’t changed: sellers displaying their wares, using their skills in merchandising, marketing, service and sales to entice

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