In order for successful business transformation to occur, there’s an inner transformation that must happen. The innumerable professional forces that br>tug pell-mell from every imaginable quarter, need to be organized and personal demons exorcized or at least managed. This book takes you through the transformative journey of Dillon, the presumptive head of digital in one of the world’s largest Footwear manufacturers, his private and professional struggle and victory. This modern parable answers The quintessential question: What makes a leader great?
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‘I know some of you are here for the coffee and samosas’, Dillon began, to the laughter of the audience. ‘However, no matter what brought you here, you’ll be a little more tech-savvy by the time were done today. Gone are the days when it or technology was simply a separate function within an organization. Today, everyone, especially all leaders, is expected to understand technology and exploit technical advances in order to drive growth, reduce cost and enhance customer and employee experiences. I believe that, despite our stated focus on technology, we don’t really understand the topic too well, which obviously doesn’t move our agenda forward if we want to leverage technology to do it. We need to be educated and then transmit that knowledge to the rest of the organization’.