The convergence of work-from-anywhere and in-office work has become the new normal for most organisations. And moving forward, a cloud-based, remote workforce will be the foundation of how organizations operate, compete, and succeed. This new mandate forces today’s companies to think about how work gets done, both inside and outside their walls.
The realignment of purchasing priorities, personal lifestyles, and working practices that evolved as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic have created a seismic shift in the retail industry. Consumer adoption of technology-enabled commerce has seen a big jump in recent times. Values-driven buying behavior accelerated by this crisis has become the new normal.
The opportunities for Data Analytics and AI (Artificial Intelligence) are limitless, and it is expected that retail organisations that embrace these technologies now will have a major competitive advantage post-COVID 19.
Heads of IT have one of the most difficult roles in an organisation and are generally unprepared to move from their technology roles to executive level. Great IT leadership is essential in every business, and organisations benefit from an executive who can make the most of disruptive technology trends and motivate people within and beyond the IT department.
The repercussions of COVID-19 on the healthcare sector will be felt for many years to come. The outbreak has stressed the need for early detection of such pandemics, preparing adequately and then bracing for impact.
Now, more than ever before, the business world is fast evolving and changing at a very rapid pace. Businesses are always on the lookout for innovative ways to remain competitive and relevant as the world becomes increasingly digital.