The technological revolution heralded for some time is now underway and new technologies will become increasingly pervasive and instrumental. Society, companies and individuals need to understand the direction in which technology is currently moving in order to be prepared to successfully seize the challenges of the future.
Communication is becoming increasingly relevant and central to the competitive success of companies as a result of its strong impact on brand positioning, brand reputation and brand identity, all vital elements in the economic well-being of a business. Those who put communications strategy at the heart of their strategies, will be winners.
According to studies presented at the SAP Executive Summit, 86% of Chief Executives consider digital transformation a necessity, but only 54% think they should have a front-line role in its planning and implementation.
“Which are the attributes of a truly innovative leadership, aiming to reinvent itself and shape the future? What will be the impact of robotics in employment system?”. Alec Ross, one of the America’s leading experts on innovation and currently Distinguished Visiting Fellow at Johns Hopkins University answered to such crucial issues.
How chief executives can control digitalization and create value from it
The key role of the chief executive, the person who holds a general management position with a 360° view and responsibilities regarding the offering and the organization is the focus of the “Connected Banking Report 2016” drawn up by The European House – Ambrosetti in collaboration with Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
Today, digital technology is no longer an option, it is a necessity for medium-to-long term business sustainability and it is becoming a conceptual aspect of strategic planning.
Ambrosetti Club, as always committed to offering a tangible contribution to civil and economic progress in Italy and the companies that operate within it, wants to offer positive input to thinking about the challenges connected to the development of new-generation telecommunications networks.