Most business leaders in Singapore expect man and machine to work hand in hand in the near future, yet far fewer leaders believe that their companies are currently well-equipped to lead the way in digitalisation.
According to a Dell Technologies survey of 3,800 business leaders around the world, 86 percent of business leaders from Singapore said that they expect humans and machines to work as integrated teams within five years. Yet, only 21 percent of them believe that they are ingraining digital in all they do, below the global average of 27 percent.
The three key obstacles cited by Singapore business leaders that prevent a successful digital business are the lack of a digital vision and strategy, lack of workforce readiness and technology constraints.
Read the full article titled “Gearing up for a Future Workforce of Man and Machine” to find out how digitalisation have impacted all industries, and what business leaders need to learn in order to manage the evolving human-machine relationships.
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This post may contain excerpts from an article entitled “Gearing up for a Future Workforce of Man and Machine” published in The Business Times on 28 March, 2018.