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Adoption of 4IR technology across all industries and future-proofing businesses are just some of the strategies spurred on by Covid-19

2021-06-15 07:14:00 AM

Adoption of 4IR technology across all industries and future-proofing businesses are just some of the strategies spurred on by Covid-19

Adoption of 4IR technology across all industries and future-proofing businesses are just some of the strategies spurred on by Covid-19

Adapting to changed business circumstances in a Covid-affected world requires agility.Image:SUNDAY TIMES/123RF/KARANDAEVCovid-19 has turned the world upside down and has caused devastation. Every aspect of our lives has changed.In this issue ofThe New Normal

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we talk to CEOs and business specialists, who tell us that Covid-19 has spurred on the adoption of4IR technology across all industries, highlighted the need for more customer-centric business models, and reiterated why succession planning and future-proofing businesses across investment risks, leadership, staff and customer retention is key.

Read about the lessons that businesses have learnt that will benefit them beyond the pandemic, why business strategy needs to be emergent and evolving continuously, and learn what the office of the future will look like.The pandemic has also enabled broad acceptance of emerging customer communication trends, changed customer spending habits and boosted the growth of e-commerce, while digitally-enabled platform business models are positioned as the future of business. headtopics.com

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