Organisations and their leaders are preoccupied with keeping up with the pace of digital change and terrified of being left behind. Forming a digital, and often technology-led roadmap, is now top of the business agenda. But can success really be down to machines and technology alone?
While technology is clearly fundamental to the digital age, what's equally important is the way in which it is changing our behaviours and the choices we make; what we do as employees and consumers, at work and at play.
We believe that competitive advantage isn't about securing the best technology, but is actually about how organisations use, manage and inspire their people in a digital world. Successful change of any type is always about people.
What's needed is a people strategy for the digital age.
Our report explores the significant implications of the digital age and the impact this is having on the workforce and organisations.