In the 24th July edition of the TODAY newspaper, FMG CEO Devadas Krishnadas writes about the need for synchronised change amidst digital disruption:
“The digital age is not for everyone but it will impact everyone. It is important that governments, businesses and workers become more aware and more prepared for those impacts. Political, social and institutional systems take a long time to build and to change. However, the digital age moves in a hurry. This asymmetry will be the source of problems and social angst. To succeed in the digital age means synchronising the speeds of change and response.”
Read more on what he has to say here.