In the world today there are 2.5 billion internet users, 1.9 billion active social network users, and 6.5 billion mobile phone users. With existing digital channels growing in popularity and new channels emerging constantly, it’s no surprise that building and executing an effective digital strategy is quickly becoming a key objective for business leaders.
In fact, surveys show that digital transformation – the adoption of digital technologies such as customer experience management, social engagement, big data, or the development of digital products – is the number one priority for CIOs in 2016.
Limited time, limited budgets, in-demand resources, rapidly changing technologies, and increasing user and customer demand require a new strategy. At Neo Group, we believe the only way to fill the digital resource gap is to change your approach to sourcing talent. You can start by doing two things: understand your own environment, and select appropriate technologies and vendors.
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About the Author: Brad Pickar
Brad Pickar has over 25 years of experience in the technology and services sector, and is an accomplished executive in the consulting, professional services, technology integration and global sourcing fields....
Brad Pickar has over 25 years of experience in the technology and services sector, and is an accomplished executive in the consulting, professional services, technology integration and global sourcing fields. Brad has led complex global engagements for clients such as Ingram Books, The New York Times, Wolters Kluwer and Staples. He specializes in sourcing strategy, internal communications and vendor negotiations. Prior to Neo, Brad held a variety of executive and operational positions in the consulting and outsourcing fields. At Infosys, he led new business development in the media, services and high technology verticals. At KPMG, he focused on working with clients on business and operational strategy, including some of the first e-business transformation engagements leveraging both onsite and offshore resources.