With more and more organizations and business leaders throwing around the phrases ‘Digital Transformation’, ‘Digital Disruption’ and ‘Digital Density’, it’s important to know that while these three phrases all mean something different, in a business sense all three matter to the future and growth of a business and the economy. Wikipedia translates Digital Transformation to be the changes associated with the application of digital technology in all aspects of human society. Digital Disruption refers to changes enabled by digital technologies that occur at a pace and magnitude that disrupt established ways of doing business and more generally our thinking, while Digital Density is the effectiveness in which digital investments are made.
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