It is the age of automation, many organisations strive to stay ahead, to stay competitive within their industries. In order to achieve this, the focus, among many, has almost always been the adoption of new technologies.
However, as technology advances and organisations embrace it, there is a tendency to create uniformity within the same industry. In other words, the uniqueness of a particular organisation – that which gives it its true competitive advantage, may no longer exist.
In this Raise Your Game session, Arun Kumar shares that at the end of the day, it is not the technology that makes an organisation, or even an individual unique, it is talent.
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