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Digital Transformation is a team sport

“Transformation” can be an intimidating and confusing word. While everyone can agree that transformation means change, rarely does everyone agree what should change or how to change it. As a consequence, many organizations have already endured multiple transformations with mostly disappointing results. During this keynote, Andrew Clay Shafer, Vice President of Transformation at Red Hat, will outline why organizations struggle to align on transformation outcomes, look at common pitfalls, and provide strategies to accelerate progress while increasing the impact of the effort.
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