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Conviction, Alignment, Agility: Three Keys to Getting & Staying on the Right Side of the Digital Divide
 

Conviction, Alignment, Agility: Three Keys to Getting & Staying on the Right Side of the Digital Divide

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Digital transformations are essential to survive and thrive in the contemporary digital economy. But how do you know that you are laying a solid foundation on which to build your digital business? Do ...

Digital transformations are essential to survive and thrive in the contemporary digital economy. But how do you know that you are laying a solid foundation on which to build your digital business? Do you have the right strategy, people, and operations in place to not just withstand, but to adapt and grow with unpredictable future conditions?

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  • Digital transformations are essential to survive and thrive in the contemporary digital economy. But how do you know that you are laying a solid foundation on which to build your digital business? Do you have the right strategy, people, and operations in place to not just withstand, but to adapt and grow with unpredictable future conditions? In this session, hear the real world findings from the Apigee Institute onwhy the digital divide is rapidly growing and how leading enterprises have the conviction, alignment, and agility required to be the dominant players of tomorrow.
  • According to research !rm IDC, the size of total worldwide e-commerce, when global business-to-business and consumer transactions are added together, will equate to $16 trillion in 2013. When added to the global market for digital products and services—which IDate, the French technology research !rm, estimates at $4.4 trillion in 2013—the total size of digital economy is estimated at $20.4 trillion, equivalent to roughly 13.8% of all sales #owing through the world economy. Given the magnitude of these numbers, it is clear that the digital economy is coming of agehttp://www.corp.att.com/emea/docs/the_new_digital_economy.pdf
  • Important: these are expectations among folks who already were outperformers…so folks who were “good” at these things previously.
  • Important: these are expectations among folks who already were outperformers…so folks who were “good” at these things previously.
  • Important: these are expectations among folks who already were outperformers…so folks who were “good” at these things previously.

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