Episode 15 of Leading Digital Transformation

Michael Wade Interviewed

Most organisations today don't need to be convinced of the need to transform, but they do struggle with how to do it. The harsh reality is that despite the best of intentions, and billions spent in pursuit of successful transformation outcomes, the vast majority of programmes fizzle out, falling well short of what was anticipated. In this episode, Professor Michael Wade - author of the books ‘Orchestrating Transformation’ and ‘Digital Vortex’ - unpacks the transformation challenge with a particular focus on responding to digital economy threats and opportunities.

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