I am regularly asked to summarize my many posts. I thought it would be a good idea to publish on this blog, every Monday, some of the most relevant articles that I have already shared with you on my social networks.
Today I will share some of the most relevant articles about Digital Transformation and in what form you can find it in today’s life. I will also comment on the articles.
Digital transformation is still fundamentally human, IFS.People are often overlooked when planning and executing transformative projects in enterprises despite companies acknowledging their pivotal role in the puzzle
On Aerospace.com: https://aerospace-journal.com/coronavirus/408726/post-covid-19-impact-on-digital-transformation-in-banking-and-finance-market-share-forecast-by-type-2020-analysis-and-forecasts-to-2026/
Post Covid-19 Impact on Digital Transformation in Banking and Finance Market Share Forecast by Type 2020 Analysis and Forecasts to 2026. The Digital Transformation in Banking and Finance Market report between the years 2020 – 2026 will highlight the current value of the industry. At the same time, there is also an estimate of how much this line of business will be worth at the end of the forecast period. As it is our goal to maintain high levels of accuracy at all times, we will take a look at the CAGR of the Digital Transformation in Banking and Finance Market. We make sure that all the information available in this report has excellent levels of readability. One way we achieve this target is by Digital Transformation in Banking and Finance Market segmentation. Going through the report for 2020 – 2026 will bring readers up-to-date regarding this industry.
COVID Has Accelerated Digital Transformation. Digital transformation was the opportunity for our generation before COVID. Now with COVID, it has accelerated and exacerbated all the issues of broken systems and siloed operations. People are not realizing that 75% of the workforce by 2025 will be millennial generation people. Before COVID they didn’t want to be told to go into a cubicle. Do you think after COVID once this thing clears up at some point in the future they are going to be told to go into a cubicle? No, they’re going to be digital.
On Asiainsuranceview.com: https://www.asiainsurancereview.com/Magazine/ReadMagazineArticle/aid/43899/Building-a-future-proof-digital-transformation-plan
As technology continues to touch every aspect of life and business, how well is the insurance industry doing in adopting technology to reshape its operations and move towards greater levels of efficiencies? It is undeniable that technology will continue to have massive impacts across all aspects of the insurance value chain as it evolves – from product development and underwriting to distribution, claims and services. A good example of how technology can transform an insurer’s business is in the role it played in a global life insurer’s long-term digital transformation plan.
On Networxsolutions.co.uk: https://networxsolutions.co.uk/recruitment-digital-transformation/
Generation Z (those born between 1996 and 2010) will be responsible for driving the digital change and transformation of tomorrow. Born into the internet era, Gen Z have always had technology at their fingertips. In fact in 2018 over 95%* of Generation Z were reported to have a smartphone and spent at least 5 hours a day online. Being connected 24/7, using technology to make smarter, more informed and more efficient decisions in not just an expectation but an integral part of everyday life. (*Source: 2018 State of Gen Z™ study)
On Crowdfundinsider.com: https://www.crowdfundinsider.com/2020/10/168619-applying-old-thinking-to-new-problems-and-use-cases-might-derail-artificial-intelligence-progress-and-integration-report/
Applying “Old Thinking” to New Problems and Use Cases Might Derail Artificial Intelligence Progress and Integration. Although manufacturing and tech firms have made substantial investments in AI (artificial intelligence), the results have been “mixed,” according to a recent report from Lux Research.
On Controlglobal.com: https://www.controlglobal.com/articles/2020/extend-digital-transformation-to-improve-reliability-and-safety/
Digital transformation is a top-of-mind topic for executives across the process industries, and this has been the case for quite some time. Emerson sees digital transformation as a strategy for improving performance using digital technologies, representing a tangible way for end users to attain top-quartile performance in their respective industries.