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The New Book "Digital Hybridity" Book Introduction

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The purpose of the book “Digital Hybridity: How to Strike the Right Balance for Digital Paradigm Shift” is to shed some light on how to strike the right balance of stability and changes; being transactional to keep spinning and being transformational to leap forward for making a seamless digital paradigm shift. Digital organizations should apply the hybrid management approach, focus on building a diverse, networked, and extended modern working environment in which the powerful digital platforms and computing technologies enable seamless conversations, delayer overly rigid organizational hierarchy, inspire idea sharing and brainstorming, and engage employees and partners to achieve the high-performance result.

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The New Book "Digital Hybridity" Book Introduction

  1. 1. Digital Hybridity How to Strike the Right Balance for Digital Paradigm Shift Pearl Zhu The Author of “Digital Master,” & “Future of CIO” Blog WWW.PEARLZHU.COM CIO MASTER DIGITAL MASTER
  2. 2. “Digital Master” Book Series (25 Books)
  3. 3. Title: Digital Hybridity Sub Title: How to Strike the Right Balance for Digital Paradigm Shift Author: Pearl Zhu ISBN: 978-3-359-00066-1 Copyright Date: Aug, 2018 About “Digital Hybridity”
  4. 4. Digital Hybridity Summary The change from one era to another is often called "PARADIGM SHIFT." The purpose of the book “Digital Hybridity: How to Strike the Right Balance for Digital Paradigm Shift” is to shed some light on how to strike the right balance of stability and changes; being transactional to keep spinning and being transformational to leap forward for making a seamless digital paradigm shift.
  5. 5. With the fast pace of change and emerging digital technologies such as social, mobile and cloud computing, companies large or small are brainstorming the next generation of organizational design, the next wave of digital changes, and the next step of business movement. Chapter 1 The Hybrid Digital Organization
  6. 6. Digitalization doesn’t mean to just tear down all the old things in the previous era. In reality, it means how to strike the right balance between the new way and the old way. Being hybrid means to take balance as a management philosophy. Chapter 2 The Portmanteau Words to Reflect Digital Reality
  7. 7. We live in the digital world with all sorts of hybrid solutions. Digital leaders and professionals need to leverage Hybrid Thinking which is a set of interdisciplinary and integrative thought processes to solve many of today’s complex problems. Chapter 3 The Hybrid Thinking
  8. 8. Digital transformation is the journey for solving problems caused by "conflict," "out of balance," and “lack of logic.” Digital management is a hybrid and holistic discipline with mixed styles for managing everything that is necessary to get people to adopt new ways of working. . Chapter 4 The Hybrid Digital Management
  9. 9. At the dawn of the digital era, global businesses need to shed the tendency to bridge the generational differences and shape the cross-generational mindset with common digital traits and perceive a diverse, dynamic, and complete picture of their workforce. Chapter 5 The Hybrid Workforce Management
  10. 10. Those who look through the lens of the previous era see their own reality very differently from those who use the lens that the new digital era has crafted. Digitalization means flow - energy flow, information flow, idea flow, mind flow and ultimately business flow, so the view of the world needs to become more dynamic, adjustable, colorful, and multidimensional. ConclusionThe new paradigm that is emerging is a digital organization that is more responsive, holistic, driven, intelligent, vibrant, innovative, ambidextrous, and above all thrive in the sea of changes
  11. 11. Review Would you recommend this book? Write your review here.

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