Technology Trends for the Remainder of 2021: What to Look Out For
The problem is, many corporations do have effective communication to pass information to each other, but the information may not be filled with accurate data. As a result, corporations have difficulty making decisions in the moment, but an even more difficult time looking beyond their organizations’ current tech capabilities and competitive landscape. Additionally, the difficulties prevent them from looking at a broader range of tech capabilities, and how they can expand/enhance their current systems. The processes are confusing and lack inspiration.
Winning in a volatile environment demands an integrated and accurate information-passing strategy. Accurate information must flow freely between departments, the supply chain, key decision makers, employees, and clients. When asked about their strategic priorities and ability to execute with disruptive, digital ambitions, Chief Strategy Officers (CSO) lack confidence in their ability to execute. In a 2020 CSO survey, more than 70% of the CSOs polled concluded their company was not able to deliver with the strategic growth needed to compete in today’s business climate.
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