When it comes to digital transformation, people – not new technologies – make all the difference. That’s the main take-away for MIT Sloan Management Review and Deloitte after surveying companies in 129 countries and 27 industries to find out what sets maturing digital organizations apart. In a report summarizing the survey’s findings, the authors list and explain the ingredients of successful digital leadership. The analysis includes indispensable advice for company executives and HR professionals eager to take their organizations to new levels of competitive advantage.
About the Authors
Gerald C. Kane is a guest editor and David Kiron is the executive editor of the MIT Sloan Management Review. Anh Nguyen Phillips and Natasha Buckley do research for Deloitte, and Doug Palmer works on business strategy at Deloitte Digital.