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Understanding the opportunities arising from digital innovation is becoming increasingly important to compete. In this context, how do we build a culture that promotes leadership and innovation? How can we empower our people to become the agents of change we want to see in the company? How do we digitize existing processes? How do we prioritize technology development initiatives with a strategic, rather than tactical, focus?


Digitalization is revolutionizing the way businesses operate. It is crucial for every entrepreneur and manager to be aware of this change and lead the transformation within their own company. Relying solely on external suppliers or technicians to redesign their processes or build new business models is highly risky today.

Companies are made up of people, talents, and skills. Keeping up with technological advancements is challenging and costly. Therefore, it is necessary to redesign the business and organizational model by embracing external collaboration, promoting autonomy, and fostering an agile culture within the company. To achieve this, it is essential to have leaders in the organization who value uniqueness in navigating change and motivate people by providing them with references, paths, and growth prospects.

We are increasingly aware that the context we live in is complex and uncertain. Today's leaders are called to consider navigating uncertainty as ordinary after years of hoping for certainty. How can we design strategies and fuel change and innovation in an uncertain world? Creating a culture of leadership that enables idea generation through shared co-creative processes, encourages and rewards exchange, feedback, and continuous learning to make informed decisions, cultivates self-awareness, resilience, and proactivity, is one of the answers.

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