77% predict revenue growth of less than 2% over next three years: KPMG.
Asia Pacific organisations are missing opportunities to advance digital business.
CIOs need to lead and play along with the other teams to ensure digital transformation runs smoothly for an organisation, says a senior Gartner analyst.
When the ‘business frame’ is broken, tinkering at the edges is not going to work, writes Anwar Jumabhoy – who brings in football to explain his points!
Digital leaders who get the most attention for themselves and their brands on social media are those who share their personal causes, express their hopes and ambitions, and engage with their followers, writes David Dubois of INSEAD.
While technology continues to develop, the ability of people and organisations to fully adopt new technologies have not kept pace – but this gap is an opportunity, writes KT Ong of Dell Malaysia.
80% of the chief executive officers (CEOs) from the world’s top companies are now engaged online and via social media, according to research released recently by global public relations (PR) firm Weber Shandwick.
According to an Economist Intelligence Unit report sponsored by HDS, CIOs have won the respect of the business but reaching the next level will be difficult; it may take more than technical expertise to convince senior management that today’s successful CIO will be a good choice for tomorrow’s CEO.
In this, the third of a three-part interview with IBM Malaysia managing director Paul Moung, he tells DNA that the cloud presents a conundrum that many CFOs are ill-equipped to deal with.
Most CEOs 'aren’t doing anything' to address tech megatrends Need to be more hands-on in looking into it and not just delegate