With technology across the globe changing its role from being a support function to a business driver and enabler, the way organizations think and act on digital transformation as a subject has evolved. As we at MIT Sloan Management Review GCC and Khaleej Times like to call it, it is no more about digital transformation, it is about digital maturity. While technology and digital transformation has been on the CXO’s agenda for quite some time now, only a handful of companies are positioned to gain advantage compared to their competitors.
Pursuing digital transformation to simply keep pace with competition is no longer enough. Success isn’t even about strengthening or bettering your company. Digital transformation has the power to fundamentally change your industry and business model. Moreover it’s not a onetime process but an ongoing struggle to stay ahead.Know More
Head of Information Technology, Dubai Municipality, UAE
Group CIO, Campofrio Food Group, Spain
Chief Information Officer, Emirates Islamic, UAE
Deputy Director of Digital Transformation Department, AbuDhabi Police