Digital transformation isn’t a trend owned by a particular role, nor a discipline that belongs to one department alone. It is, however, a significant movement where daring business leaders venture into tomorrow’s markets, today.
In this one-hour webinar, Brian Solis shares research on how businesses explore digital transformation, including results from a 2014 survey of leading digital strategists. His research will help strategists drive digital transformation inside their organization, based on insights from peers and market leaders.
Research in this webinar is based on Brian's two recent reports: Digital Transformation: Why and How Companies are Investing in New Business Models to Lead Digital Customer Experiences and The 2014 State of Digital Transformation.
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In this one-hour webinar, Brian Solis shares research on how businesses explore digital transformation, including results from a 2014 survey of leading digital strategists.
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