Business and industry, government and nonprofit organizations are embracing a massive digital transformation to better compete and serve their customers. But where do they stand in that evolution and how do they advance to the next level of “digital maturity?”
Case Western Reserve University and the Innovation Research Interchange (IRI) are hosting the 2021 Virtual Digital Futures Conference (DFC) Oct. 11-14, featuring noted corporate keynote speakers to help guide enterprises on how to reach the next level in that evolution.
Companies will learn their next steps in their organization’s digital transformation and how to get there. More importantly, they will learn how they stack up against other companies.
This year’s conference—the third annual—will introduce “global benchmarking” among traditional firms, said Youngjin Yoo, the Elizabeth M. and William C. Treuhaft Professor in Entrepreneurship and Professor of Information Systems at the Case Western Reserve Weatherhead School of Management and one of the event’s keynote speakers.