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There’s no getting away from it - while technology-enabled change is not new, the nature, pace of change and technologies available make digital transformation quite different. But there’s one thing that remains unchanged and as critical as ever: without the right kind of leadership the transformation will fail, or at best fall short.
So what does it take to lead a successful digital transformation? If digital transformation is a voyage into the unknown, how do you steer the right course? This article highlights five factors key to successful digital transformation.
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