Leveraging digital for organisational resilience

With many organisations dependent on data, analytics, digital tools, and automation for their processes, digital technologies now constitute a critical element of business continuity and organisational resilience to sudden external shocks. If done correctly, digital transformation can be leveraged to not only build long-term organisational resilience but also to deliver short-term gains such as top-line growth and reduced cost.  We will look at three ways in which digital can be used to enhance an organisation’s resilience.



Tomoko Yokoi

Tomoko Yokoi

Researcher and Advisor in Digital Transformations

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