Companies that did the work to become flexible, adaptable, and anticipatory have been well-positioned to respond to the challenges of the COVID-19 crisis. It's not too late for your organization to make that shift. Here's how to start.
Though the SI's proposals focus on the benefits the client is intended to receive from these quality reviews, the SIs are actually realizing a large portion of the benefits. Here’s how to ensure you benefit as well.
We find ourselves in unprecedented times with a global pandemic and a heightened state of civic and social unrest that has exposed systematic inequalities along racial and socioeconomic lines. The impact on businesses has been profound and I believe we have yet to see the half of it. This is posing a real test of leadership for the C-suite, IT, HR and across all lines of business. Who will take on the challenge of empathetic and transparent leadership?
Personalized customer experiences, automated business operations, and data science-driven insights all depend on the quality and volume of your data. However, while the last decade has been a rush to drill for data, it is becoming ever more important for brand trust and regulatory compliance for a data privacy strategy to be more than a policy on ethics. It needs to be an operational capability that organizations sustain in order to protect their customers, protect the company, and differentiate the brand value proposition.
With AI models rendered useless by the pandemic, data jocks are scurrying to make sense of a changed world. CIOs, meanwhile, need to walk a tightrope between facilitating all the new fact-finding and maintaining security and governance to keep data – as well as the company and its customers – safe. That’s easier said than done in normal times.
Determined to find opportunity in the COVID aftermath, boards are leaning in with more management support in addition to their usual strategic oversight. Navigating the post-pandemic world will amplify IT leadership in agility and innovation.
By shifting its mindset from supporting core technologies to one that is more closely in tune with business objectives and customer needs, Oshkosh Corporation’s IT has a sharper focus and understanding on leveraging solutions that ultimately make a difference in people’s lives.
In just a few months, technology has transformed businesses the world over. And there's no doubt that businesses will plan their road to recovery on a path powered by technology. Has this new digital-first mindset ushered in a new technological age?