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Too often, though, digital transformation itself can feel like a buzzword, as companies rush to streamline operational efficiency and impress end users with slick new interfaces, without a focused approach to the real challenge at hand: how to deliver superior customer experiences in the digital age. Advances in digital communication technology have helped create a landscape of global political power that is much more complicated now than it has ever been. The reality, shaped by people, power, and institutions, is much more nuanced however, there are opportunities for using digital tools to create more inclusive and collaborative structures for governance.
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Digital success isn't all about technology: the 2015 digital business global executive study and research project by mit sloan management review and deloitte identifies strategy as the key driver in the digital arena companies that avoid risk-taking are unlikely to thrive and likely to lose talent, as employees across all age groups want to work for businesses committed to digital progress. The power of privacy technology what does the panopticon mean in the age of digital surveillance the parallel between jeremy bentham's panopticon and cctv may be clear, but what happens when. On january 17, 2015 ascribe organised a lecture series on the associations of digital ownership as part of the transmediale vorspiel 2015 at berlinerpool the programme focused on the ownership rights of art, intellectual property and information within open access models, mass media, new technologies, and acquisition from a historical perspective to the current digital age. This power structure was based on social networks rather than on permanently established institutions society was organised into small and medium-sized chiefdoms that were typically involved in.