Digital disruption will profoundly affect both business and government, but there are important and differing considerations for business executives, leaders of government agencies and government regulators and policy-makers as outlined in Digital disruption - Short fuse, big bang?
Business leaders, of those in the short fuse, big bang quadrant, such as finance, retail, real estate and information and communications technology, will find that profit signals and increased competition force them to respond to digital disruption with urgency and agility, leading to new business models.
Government agency leaders will find that digital innovations can help them do ‘more with less’ and provide equal public services at lower cost or better services at the same cost. Government policy-makers will face more calls to action by both businesses and individual citizens to provide a more flexible and agile policy and regulatory framework.
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Digital disruption - Short fuse, big bang? offers practical advice to help business leaders and government policy-makers manage the challenges and reap the benefits of digital disruption – now and in the future.