NAVIGATING THE LEADER-SHIP
THE FUTURE WAVES OF TECH LEADERS
The pandemic has presented an opportunity for businesses to reprioritize their approach to incorporating technology. Digital expenditure is estimated to grow significantly in the coming years and this reveals that both public and private sectors are increasingly committed to their digital transformation journey.
A continuous recalibration of the digital road map, innovation and digital resiliency will be crucial to navigating the ongoing disruption.
At this year's IDC LIVE CIO Singapore, leaders will be equipped with in-depth knowledge on key drivers that will alter the global business ecosystem and necessary tools on how to steer the company’s digital transformation journey.
IDC has identified seven key drivers that will dramatically alter the global IT business ecosystem for the next 12–24 months and beyond.
Velocity of Connectedness
The velocity of connectedness has changed how people socialize, shop, learn, work, and collaborate, creating a rich, seamless, immediate, and interoperable experience, regardless of the location of people and data.
Becoming a digital business requires a shift from traditional, linear processes that start and end in the organization toward platform-based, data-driven value chains that link to external partner ecosystems.
Intelligence on Demand
Many organizations are drowning in data they are collecting but not using, focusing on the immediacy, not the importance, of data.
Cybersecurity and Risks
Ransomware, phishing, email compromise, insider threats, and nation-state attacks are increasingly common events that cause significant disruptions, high costs, and reputational damage.
Environment and Social Responsibility
Environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) is a dominant trend that influences investments and capital allocations in many global economies.
A heightened focus on the employee experience is driving momentum for digital collaboration and hybrid models of work that enable employees to function both remotely and from company facilities.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed what customers care about and how consumers and brands engage and interact.
- Reform Data Management
- Enhance Workforce Engagement
- Improve Customer Solutions
- Combat Cybersecurity Risks
- Boost Digital Infrastructure
- Embrace Sustainability
- Strengthen Digital Ecosystem
- Capitalize on Connectivity
- Thrive with Emerging Technologies
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CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENTS AND EXPERIENCES
The use of digital channels heightened by the pandemic has significantly altered the rules of engagement. CIOs must now step up to be a co-leader in driving customer experience. Now more than ever, they, together with the other business functions in an organization, must be actively involved in the full customer experience cycle – going beyond just working for the customer, to understanding their journey and point of view.
EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENTS & WORK MODELS
As technology continues to evolve at breakneck speed, disrupting the business and jobs landscape, the ability to re-learn and re-skill continues to be crucial for the workforce to remain relevant in tomorrow’s economy. The advent of COVID-19 has also transformed our approach towards work, mobility and flexible working models. How can organizations manage both remote working conditions amid today’s uncertainty, while optimizing and preparing for the hybrid work models of tomorrow?
ECOSYSTEM-LED COLLABORATION AND INNOVATION
No organization can realize the full benefits of digital innovation on its own. Companies across industries have now started to shift their relationships from traditional and transactional approaches, and building an ecosystem of partners. In doing so, the flow of money, goods, people, and services is expedited, and the ability to innovate increases tenfold.
IDC predicts that in 2022, industry ecosystems will see 40% greater innovation rate of physical and digital products and services brought to market, compared to traditional innovation approaches.