Digital Transformation is the change associated with the application of digital technology in all aspects of human society. Transformation is imperative for all businesses, from the small to the enterprise. During recent years, we’ve seen shifts in how traditional leadership roles operate, as silos break down and the scopes of various roles widen and change. Digital transformation has morphed from a trend to a central component of modern business strategy.

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