Only, how can we accomplish that? How can we really be prepared for what’s coming? The answer lays in a different way of thinking and ultimately in a different way of working. We believe that companies who are digitally resilient can turn digital threats into opportunities that allow them to create a competitive advantage and an enhanced performance.
In short, we believe that digital resilience can only be achieved when you put the following 5 elements into your business strategy:
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We might not know what’s coming. Yet we can definitely prepare for it. Together.
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- Anja Cappelle, Chief Executive Officer
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