Harvard Business Review

HBR: Coronavirus Is Widening The Corporate Digital Divide

By Marco Iansiti, Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, and Greg Richards, CEO and Co-founder of Keystone Strategy
March 26, 2020   /   1 Minute Read
Coronavirus Is Widening the Corporate Digital Divide

Below is a summary from the article published in Harvard Business Review in March 26, 2020.

Summary. The dramatic speed of the operating-model transformation prompted by the coronavirus is raising truly existential challenges for traditional firms, and for the many employees that depend on them for income. That’s because an existing digital transformation effort that’s creating competitive advantages for select companies has been thrust into the realm of the workplace itself. Firms that are already far along this transformation will transition smoothly as in-person work is less necessary or even preferable, while many others will struggle. This is creating a new digital divide that will deepen fractures in our society. Can business and government save us from that future?

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