The Alibaba founder also warned of 30 years of global pain as artificial intelligence displaces workers.
Mid-market CEOs gather at the CEO2CEO Digital Transformation Summit to discuss the challenges, solutions and ROI of digital transformation.
As jobs become increasingly more automated, the jobs of the future will be defined by qualities and skills technology can't replicate.
Broader public trust in CEOs has disintegrated to new lows as automation and the offshoring of jobs make citizens more fearful about their future, a new survey shows.
As manufacturers continue to explore digital technologies to drive efficiency and product & process improvement, they're discovering that strategy and implementation can be almost a full-time role.
In an era of “transform or be transformed,” it’s increasingly critical that companies seek out ways to gain a competitive edge by using data and analysis tools to better understand customer decision-making, speed processes and improve operations. Here are 3 things companies exploring digital transformation should consider.
The mantra of the digital revolution is well-worn: It’s time to get moving or risk extinction. But move where? Move how? If you act out of fear and merely follow another company’s lead, you will make bad decisions.
For CEOs trying to get their heads around digitization, it may be tempting to obsess over their understanding of the latest software program or communications gadget. But leaders who place too much emphasis on technology when mapping out a digital business transformation strategy could be falling into a trap.
While manufacturers' strategies largely concentrate on things like R&D, automation, and production efficiencies, it is becoming increasingly important to engage customers with robust digital experiences.
As competition heats up in the mid-market, companies in all sectors are looking toward digital strategies as a means to drive growth.