Mary Chan
President, Global Connected Consumer
GM

Forward-thinking leaders across all industries now recognize the need for experienced digital leadership, to drive the digital transformation of their businesses. Play the video to hear their perspectives.

The First Practice Dedicated to Digital Leadership Needs

In every sector, digital innovation is rewriting the rules of business: "digital" is now a strategic issue and not just about technology platforms or business processes. It requires leadership from the board, the CEO and the digital experts who will execute a strategy for digital transformation. Our industry expertise, our experience in the boardroom and c-suite, plus our extensive work with pure-play digital companies gives us a visceral understanding of the challenges that non-digital companies face in navigating their sector-specific transformations.

ADDRESSING THE DIGITAL IMPERATIVE: A NECESSARY CALL TO ACTION MEET OUR DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION EXPERTS

Digital Transformation: An Infographic

THE NUMBERS BEHIND THE DIGITAL SHIFT

Digital has never been more important than it is now - and it's projected to become even more important. Let's take a closer look at this growing trend.

72% Donut Chart

72% of executives cite competitive pressure as a reason to begin a DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION.1

72% Donut Chart

Only 23% of companies say they
have the skills needed
for a digital transformation.

72% Donut Chart

55% of companies said
culture issues are a barrier
to a digital transformation.

In the past 18 months, we have been engaged on 500+ digital assignments globally at the board and c-suite/ senior executive level

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SOURCES:
1. http://www.capgemini.com/m/en/tl/Digital_Transformation__A_Road-Map_for_Billion-Dollar_Organizations.pdf

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