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How digitization and humanity interact

How digitization and humanity interact

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Roland Berger CEO Charles-Edouard Bouée voices his views about digitization at the 7th Global Peter Drucker Forum in Vienna.

In front of an audience of leading businesspeople and scientists Roland Berger CEO Charles-Edouard Bouée, presented his views on a key theme of our time – digitization – at the Peter Drucker Forum 2015 in Vienna. He talked about how digitization affects our daily life and work and how digitization and humanity interact. Watch the video summary here:

Charles-Edouard Bouée at the 7th Global Peter Drucker Forum

Why digitization generates fear

Mr. Bouée pointed out that digitization generates fear. And that fear is caused by a shift in competitive advantage away from established companies towards those agile enough to drive innovation. In his opinion, we are living in a world where digitization goes way beyond technological innovation, a world that is better connected than ever before, but also a world where we have to face a radical change in culture, employment and organization.

"We live in a world where digitization goes way beyond technological innovation."
Portrait of Charles-Edouard Bouée
Charles-Edouard Bouée
Senior Partner, CEO
Munich Office, Central Europe

And all these changes contain lots of creative potential which can be used to the greatest advantage if companies cooperate with innovators who have already started to deal with this new world by adapting their processes to the new circumstances.

For further details about the Forum please check our other blog post here.

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