Good leadership has never been more important than in the era of digital maturity. Today, transformations are necessary to ensure that processes are not rendered obsolete by ever-changing technology.

  1. Leaders make decisions

With technological advancement will come new ways of working. Leaders must drive these new ways of working with good decision making. Analysing data, and activating on it quickly is important during a time of constant change.

Advances in workplace technology may give businesses access to more data, but acting solely in response this data could have damaging consequences.

  1. Leadership means awareness and engagement

According to our research, 41% of business leaders say they do not have an engaged, active senior team concerned and interested about keeping their organisation digitally mature. The optimisation of workplace processes is a key aspect of digital maturity. The workplace is currently changing rapidly as businesses race to achieve higher levels of technological integration. A good leader is necessary in order for an organisation to stay engaged and aware of the changes surrounding the workplace.

An engaged leader will be aware of existing workplace processes and incurrent technological advances. They will be able to merge the two with a view to transforming processes for the better. New technology will not be implemented, and processes will not transform without the direction of an engaged and aware leader.

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