Webcast: Building Digital Fluency in Organizations
Building Digital Fluency in Organizations
LIVE Panel Session
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20th | 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM SGT
Building Digital Fluency in Organizations

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Digital Transformation is no longer a nice-to-have. It is an existential imperative for organizations. In the wake of the pandemic, where virtual has fast become the only viable option, organizations are implementing their digital plans in an accelerated fashion. What was earlier an 18 month plan is now getting done in a couple of quarters. That's all good. Where's the catch? People readiness. While it is easy enough to build and sign up for new tools, app and platforms, people readiness unfortunately isn't keeping pace.

In this panel discussion, we will find out from industry thought leaders what organizations are doing to build Digital fluency in their organizations.

Key questions to be covered in the panel discussion:

  • How do you define digital fluency in your organization?
  • How do you assess digital readiness of your organization? Are there industry benchmarks that you use for assessing readiness?
  • There are different aspects on mastering digital -- technical, functional, leadership, culture, mindsets etc. How are you tackling this at various levels in the organization?
  • Can you talk about some key challenges while trying to building digital fluency at scale in a large organizational setup?
  • How do you make the new capabilities stick? How do you bring about a culture change at scale and that too in an accelerated fashion?
  • Our Speakers
    Rajiv Jayaraman
    Rajiv Jayaraman

    Founder and CEO, KNOLSKAPE

    Kaustav Chakravarthy
    Kaustav Chakravarthy

    Executive Director, Global Human Resources, Johnson Controls - Hitachi

    Irvandi Ferizal
    Irvandi Ferizal

    Human Capital Director, Maybank

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