Strategies for transforming your business through digital technologies
'Digital Transformation' has been a widely used buzz phrase in the past decade and many professional individuals have voiced that the concept has lost its original meaning. This track aims to bring back the focus on how critical digital transformation is in the business sphere and how the integration of digital technology into all areas of business fundamentally changes how you operate and deliver value to customers. It is the process of creating new or modifying existing company processes, culture and customer experiences via digital transformation in order to meet the changing business and market requirements.
Yet this is easier said than done. Transforming your business on a digital level is ground-breaking, and it requires that you take an iterative approach to change, to help drive organisational buy in and support.
Digital Transformation Expo Europe arrives in Amsterdam on 1-2 of July to unite senior influencers and innovators from across Europe for two days of dynamic strategy consideration and debate. Together we will look at cultural changes, technology adoption, leadership responsibilities and strategies for enabling and empowering the workforce.
Day 1 - 24 November 2020
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Topics will include:
How should companies adjust to new and novel approaches in order to match the ever-evolving digital landscape?
Better serving your customers: understanding where the customer fits in with the evolution of digital strategy
Strategies for identifying, setting and achieving goals for your digital transformation journey
Future-proofing your digital team & strategy
Day 2 - 25 November 2020
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Topics will include:
How to inspire your employees to embrace digital transformation at an enterprise wide level
Recognising the change – embracing digital transformation as a driver for business value and change
Digital transformation: Where should accountability sit within your organisation, which stakeholders should be involved in the conversation and to whom should they report