The Living Enterprise
The Living Enterprise is a visionary, future-thinking organization that is proactively embracing change across people, process and technology to improve employee and customer experience. By embarking on this journey, these organizations are better prepared to adapt to market changes, and less likely to fall behind the competition. In this new peer-led podcast series, brought to you by CIO.com in association with Adobe and Microsoft, our team of global, award-winning CIOs, CTOs, CDOs and other technology executives discuss what makes The Living Enterprise, the role of IT leadership within it, and how digital leaders go about winning boardroom support, building better teams, and balancing customer-centric innovation with business-as-usual. By listening in to these eight action-packed episodes, IT and business leaders can move one step closer to the goal of building The Living Enterprise, whereby organizations are more customer-focused, more data-driven and ultimately better able to adapt to changes on the horizon.
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