We are now, inescapably, in the digital age. Our personal lives dictated to, and organised by, a plethora of technologies that help us make meet-ups on time and in the right place, contact far-flung friends and relatives and order taxis, food and shopping. However, in some places of work, you wouldn’t know it. Legacy platforms and analogue practises still dominate and progress is slow going.
Is this in part because there is confusion over who owns digital transformation in the workplace? And the challenges just seem too steep?
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