During the last years, the digital transformation of organizations has been a constant challenge for traditional (or non-digital native) companies to be able to compete on equal terms with companies that were born in the digital era ( Digital Winners) characterized by their agility, openness and empowerment of their teams.
In the midst of this transformation process, which is essentially a profound cultural change supported by a series of technological enablers, organizations around the world have been affected by a unique crisis, never before seen by the modern, interconnected and interdependent world, as a tsunami in all areas of economic activity and in a few weeks, the COVID-19 pandemic.
This combination between the digital transformation processes that organizations had in place, and the drastic disruptions that the Covid-19 crisis is generating, and that no contingency plan could foresee, makes it necessary to adjust and rethink priorities in all organizations and in all the sectors, to ensure minimum guarantees of success in the post-COVID-19 world.
In this new context, organizations will have to face employees with different habits and behaviors, obsessed with health and hygiene, with a preference for being and working from home, eager to explore all the possibilities of digital and more concerned than ever with economic uncertainty. We Spaniards are especially pessimistic, and more than 40% think that this crisis will be long and difficult to overcome, much higher than the 12% of Americans who think this way, or the 2% of Chinese who are perhaps more used to this type. of situations of uncertainty). But only organizations and employees who can quickly adapt to these new circumstances and demonstrate great capacities for change will be able to get ahead.
In this webinar, Jesús Garre, Managing Partner of AVASANT, will explain in detail and from his experience, the 5 keys that organizations must take into account to adapt their pre-COVID -19 cultural and organizational transformation strategies to the post-COVID era- 19 and its new paradigms.