What does it take for a business to thrive in the digital age?What is it like for a legacy organization to adopt a complete digital transformation?What are the challenges digital natives face? These are some of the many questions the book ‘Winning in the Digital Age’ answers. The author, Nitin Seth is the CEO of … Continue reading Winning in the Digital Age by Nitin Seth
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