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In a tweet chat, Indian CIOs discuss digital strategy, digital culture, digital skilling, technology trends, digital risks, government, change management, reverse mentoring, evolving CIO role, and of course, digital transformation (DX).
Just 60 companies from the Fortune 500 list of 1955 continue to remain on that list today. We live in an age where the lifespan of a corporation is a few years, not decades. But why did this happen? And where did those 440 companies go? These companies belonged to industries that faced disruption. New technologies and new business models came along, but the 440 organisations did not pay serious attention and did not transform. They did not adapt and evolve -- so they became extinct. Like birds and animals, businesses of all sizes must look out for disruption, adapt, and evolve. But how should they do this?
This will be the topic for discussion during a Tweet chat conducted by ESDS, a leading provider of Managed Data Center and Cloud Hosting Services.