A majority of Malaysian companies are still lagging in finance digital transformation
Eight in 10 organisations in Malaysia lag in digital ability Lack of skills, talent hinder digital transformation A study commissioned by enterprise software player Workday found that eight in ten (79%) organisations in Malaysia are still lagging in digital agility, that is being in the slow and tactical stages of digital agility maturity.
Workday has been selected by Binus Group to accelerate its digital transformation journey and build greater business agility, as the Indonesia-based integrated education institution strategically pivots to the cloud.
The Workday Digital Agility Index found that most organisations are unable to adapt during Covid-19, and many struggled to make financial plans or realign their organisational structures
Workday and IDC’s study finds that organisational silos are a big barrier to successful digital transformation among Malaysian companies.
58% of C-Level executives in the country are seeing measurable returns.
More than 40% of employees believe they lack the right skills to compete in the digital economy.
Forty-three percent of Malaysian employees see digitalisation as a threat to their jobs.
While digital transformation consumes organisations across the world, how have workplaces responded to the new era of the digital workforce? Have they cracked the secret of keeping employees happy?
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