The smartest, most nimble and most innovative enterprises – what we call Human Enterprises – drive both short- and long-term value.
The world is changing in rapid, unprecedented ways, but one thing remains certain: as businesses look to embed lessons learned in recent months and to build enterprise resilience for the future, they are due for even more transformation. As such, most organizations are voraciously evaluating existing and future technologies to see if they’ll be able to deliver the innovation at scale that they’ll need to survive and thrive. However, technology should not be central to these transformation efforts; people should.
If the COVID-19 pandemic has shown us one thing, it’s that people aren’t anonymous elements of a large organization’s many layers. People arethe organization — its most important and powerful asset. The pandemic, while undoubtedly an enormous global crisis, also serves as a live demonstration of how human ingenuity, resourcefulness, and diversity of experience — combined with the technological tools of the day — can create solutions, ideas and business models for the future, solving problems at scale and changing industries overnight.
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