Business and IT alignment has probably never been more important than it is right now. Due to disruption from the pandemic, IT teams are having to figure out how to find the right balance between business continuity and digital innovation.
The COVID-19 crisis is also forcing chief technology officers (CTOs) and their teams to lead through the disruption by rapidly adapting processes and protocols for effective remote work scenarios, enabling business continuity through unplanned demand, and mitigating new security risks and threats.
As parts of the world are now recovering from the crisis, CTOs are solidifying their lessons learned while starting to revitalize digital innovation efforts. Ivan Ng, CTO at City Developments Limited (CDL), a global real estate firm headquartered in Singapore, shares his best practices for successfully navigating this next phase in this Q&A.
Read on for Ivan’s advice on ensuring continuity as well as helping the company become more agile and responsive—which will only pay dividends as the focus turns more towards innovation in the future.
How can companies quickly adapt their business to keep up with evolving needs and how can technology help?
Due to the pandemic, every business has been experiencing rapid and massive changes, so
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