Many CEOs and business owners understand the transformational nature of digital innovations and business models for their industries and their companies. But they still may not quite get the imperatives for their strategy and tactics that are dictated by the digital inevitability.
Now that technology and digital media are pervasive, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas—which was once targeted at geeks and techies—has now become a pivotal place for companies of all shapes and sizes to find partners, expand their capabilities and get answers to their tech-related questions. Here are six takeaways from CES that every CEO should know.
Digital technologies are disrupting nearly every business on the globe, but successful CEOs recognize the opportunities that appear as well as the challenges.
The year is 2003. You’re taking the helm at the world’s first electronic stock market, which, until relatively recently, was owned and operated by a regulatory organization but is now its own publicly traded entity.
Most industries are experiencing change at lightning speed compared to years past, with technology and global market dynamics often the catalysts.
Digital technologies will soon disrupt nearly all traditional companies’ business models regardless of industry, size or success.
Digital strategy implementation is no longer a choice, it is a necessity. And a compelling website is now the price-of-admission in most industries. Even in low-tech industries, exploring digital strategies and innovation can revolutionize a business.
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