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Fourth Industrial Revolution of New Digital Transformations

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By 2020, more people will have mobile phones than have electricity or running water in their homes or villages. Cars are becoming intelligent robots on wheels. Factories are automating manufacturing, displacing tens of thousands of workers. Call centres are turning to AI-powered chatbots to manage customer interactions. It’s the Forth Industrial Revolution in action.

Source: World Economic Forum

Open Digital Transformation: Industry Expertise Matters

Open Digital Transformation market research

Digital Business Transformation is at the center of new commercial growth strategies. Advances in IT technologies and associated accelerators are transforming whole industries and represent the largest driver of technology investment for the foreseeable future.

Source: Digital Lifescapes

How to Make the Most of the Digital Growth Phenomenon

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Digital transformation demands substantial investment in organizational capabilities, process innovation, and institutional learning. Best practice suggests that every dollar invested in ICT should be matched with a $4 or $5 investment in process improvement, training, change management, etc.

Source: World Bank Group

Quest for Digital Transformation Talent Escalates in 2017

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Seventy two percent of firms surveyed are executing on digital transformation, and that tables the topic of digital with the C-Suite. Digital business leaders now have more strategic responsibility and must wield stronger influence with their executive peers and leaders.

Source: Forrester

Rational Economic Impact of Machine Learning and Robotics

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Advances in machine learning and mobile robotics mean that robots could do your job better than you. That’s led to some radical predictions of mass unemployment, much more leisure or a work free future. What’s likely to happen, based upon the historical economic impact from automation?

Source: World Economic Forum

High Expectations: Why the CMO is Subject to Change

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The average tenure of a CMO is the lowest of all C-suite titles, at an average of 4.1 years. The longest average CMO tenure is in the financial services industry at 5.1 years, and life sciences CMOs stay on average a full two years less at only 3.1 years. The average CMO in the consumer industry stays 3.6 years.

Source: Korn Ferry

Digital Growth Spending will Reach $2 Trillion in 2020

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Worldwide spending on digital transformation (DX) technologies will reach more than $1.2 trillion in 2017 — that’s an increase of 17.8 percent over 2016, according to the latest market study by International Data Corporation (IDC).

Source: Digital Lifescapes