Why transformed companies win, each and every time

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RIZA MOOSA | Why transformed companies win, each and every time

In short, we regard transformation as the process of acknowledging the new and working towards an equitable paradigm whilst preserving traditional practices and improving our clients' experiences. Agility is a key ingredient in this.

We are not alone in this: Deloitte's 2018 Diversity and Inclusion Revolution survey notes that ventures with transformed and diverse teams are six times more agile and eight times more likely to achieve better financial outcomes. Another winner of corporate transformation is the ability to develop new and innovative solutions to ensure our services continue to add value to our clients' businesses.

 

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