As Golebiewski pointed out: Leaders need to change the way they interact, communicate and fully grasp the potential of digital transformation has to offer to their organisation.
According to the Study, 37 percent of the respondents believe that CEOs will drive digital transformation strategy in Malaysia's organisations in the future. Respondents also said that CIOs and Chief Digital Officers should also take a leadership role in driving transformation within the organisation.
National research agency MIMOS and NanoMalaysia have been stepping up focus on the 4th Industrial Revolution of local industries. This revolution is driven by emerging technologies such as such as Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), advanced data analytics, and mixed reality are powered by cloud computing to create limitless possibilities in transforming the way people work, live and play.
The respondents in Malaysia said the most relevant emerging technology to an organisation's digital transformation efforts was Artificial Intelligence (75 percent) while the least was wearable technologies (57 percent).
The Microsoft Asia Digital Transformation Study surveyed 1,494 business leaders from Asia, including 113 from Malaysia. All respondents were pre-qualified as being involved in shaping their organisations' digital strategy.
For more insights on Digital Malaysia, and the local ICT industry, visit:
- Exclusive deep dive interviews with MDEC CEO Dato' Yasmin Mahmood on the Digital Malaysia framework: Deep Dive into Malaysia's Digital Economy with MDEC CEO Dato' Yasmin Mahmood - Part 1 and Part 2
- What's really in store for Malaysia's IT industry in 2017?
- Securing the Internet of 'Nano-Things,' an exclusive with NanoMalaysia CEO Dr Rezal Khairi Ahmad
- Malaysia's national graphene plan eyes almost US$5B and 9,000 jobs by 2020
- Combatting cyberattacks with a strategic mindset: Computerworld Malaysia 11th Security Summit
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