Companies lagging in their digital transformation or not even trying to become digital, face the risk of losing substantial portions of their sales, IT leadership, and senior management. About 30% of senior vice presidents, vice presidents, and director-level executives who don’t have adequate access to resources and opportunities to develop and thrive in a digital environment are planning to leave their company in less than one year.
This is one of the key finding of a new research report, Aligning the Organization for its Digital Future. It is based on a worldwide survey of 3,700 business executives, managers, and analysts, conducted for the fifth year in a row by MIT Sloan Management Review, in collaboration with Deloitte.
There is remarkable across the board agreement about digital disruption which 87% of those surveyed believe will impact their industry. This is considerably up from last year’s survey, where only 26% said…
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