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While technology-enabled change is not new, the nature, pace of change and technologies available make digital transformation a very different prospect.
So the first vital step for any digital transformation programme leader is to be clear on these differences and navigate accordingly. In short, it’s time to get your digital head on. This article is designed to help.
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