Disruptive Digital: The New Normal

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“ITS NOT THE STRONGEST OF THE SPECIES THAT SURVIVES, NOR THE MOST INTELLIGENT, IT IS THE ONE THAT IS THE MOST ADAPTABLE TO CHANGE”

–  CHARLES DARWIN

The famous quote from Charles Darwin seems apt for the Disruptive Digital Era, moving beyond the realms of physical limitations, opening new frontiers, and changing the fundamentals along the way. As a result, we are seeing the creation of highly Agile, Fearless and Hyper-Connected Digital Enterprise, willing to take on the world with unknowns at a rate never seen before. This book is a guiding lense to those established enterprises, who are weathering the storm, trying to re-invent themselves amidst disruptions, that are threatening to take away their very existence. And also to the budding one`s with blue eyed approach to win the market and make an impact on their customers. This book will offer transformation leaders with
Guiding framework for a transformed Disruptive Mindset
Building Blocks of Disruptive Digital Enterprise
Engagement models that define Customer Experience
Digital Maturity Model, Toolkits and Assessment Framework
Building a Roadmap Design
Disruptive Digital is richly illustrated with real world examples from Netflix, GE, Microsoft, Uber, Nike etc. along with detailed case studies of Indian Railways and Amazon, analyzing their digital maturity and roadmap moving forward. The book introduces a fresh perspective and innovative model to guide leaders and their teams in expanding their capacity to engage in the new disruptive era.

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About the author

ANUJ PANDEY is a leading voice in the Digital Transformation domain with more than 16 years of experience in setting up new business lines within IT and Telecom domain. Being a thought leader, he pursues strategies for engagements on Business Transformation and Technology, and has led various transformation journeys along the way. He is an accomplished speaker at various technology events across the globe and has also featured in the 2012 edition of PC Quest magazine, focusing on Cloud adoption within SMB. Being an avid blogger, Anuj has written articles like “The Rise of Digital Enterprise” and “Fresh Talent: The Next Vantage Point” which have been well received. No doubt, the inspiration to write this book comes from the valuable experiences he has gained over the years.

www.disruptivedigital.in

https://twitter.com/anujpa2009

www.linkedin.com/in/anujpandey1

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Notion Press
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Published on
Dec 1, 2017
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Pages
226
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ISBN
9781948096706
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Industries / Computers & Information Technology
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