APJ’s organisations were quick to recognise the importance of accelerating digital change during the pandemic.
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Our new research shows that organisations in Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) that accelerated the deployment of digital technology tools, skills, and processes are leading the way.
APJ CIOs might be able to move more quickly than their peers in other parts of the world, particularly for more routine tasks, but they are struggling to provide the creativity and flexibility that transformation needs.
The good news is that many CHROs in APJ have started to recalibrate their skills and talent management. Already, 70% say they are on track or running ahead when it comes to providing the talent the organisation needs to support new initiatives.
New research from Workday finds that many chief financial officers (CFOs) are worried about their acceleration gap—the shortfall between the pace of change driven by new opportunity, and the ability of an organisation to capitalise on it. The challenge appears to be particularly acute in Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ).
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We conducted a global study of 603 executives worldwide to see how the digital acceleration spurred on by the pandemic has influenced the thinking of CIOs worldwide. Here’s an overview of the results.
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