By 2022, over 60 percent of global GDP will be digitized, with growth in every industry driven by digitally enhanced offerings, operations, and relationships.
Digital Transformation and sustainability are two of the most powerful drivers for the future of business. And to harness these drivers, what business leaders need to do is ensure a seamless integration of Digital Transformation and sustainability. Whether it is the use of sustainable sources of raw material, using cleaner and renewable sources of energy in factories and data centres, agile supply.
The integration of Digital Transformation and sustainability means embracing digital in all aspects of business, it means greater transparency in how customer data is used, and ultimately it means transformation across all echelons of an enterprise because culture is transformed and will embrace sustainability only when business leaders drive this agenda and own it.
Transformations are hard, and digital ones are harder, but can be achieved through:
- Building capabilities for the workforce of the future
- Empowering people to work in new ways
- Giving day-to-day tools a digital upgrade
- Communicating frequently via traditional and digital methods