Technology and digital transformation

Reimagining strategies to drive success in a new era

The pandemic, a potential economic downturn, and global uncertainty have amplified the urgency to transform businesses to be more agile and resilient. As a result, digital transformation has become an essential part of any business strategy, helping companies confront changing market requirements in the digital age. Discover how you can create a digital transformation strategy that leads your organization into the future by tuning into episode one of this three-part miniseries.

User Friendly: Technology and digital transformation (part 1)

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Our responsibility is to evolve the way we work and embrace systems that learn and create value, versus a process that is manual and very expensive. We must continuously evolve the way we're choosing technologies, how we're finding partners, how we're prioritizing knowledge transfer, breaking down silos and barriers, and making technology, in essence, invisible; We’re reinventing and simplifying how we do business, and how we work.

—Paul J. Walsh, SVP and Head of Digital Technology, Engineering, IT and Operations at Sony Interactive Entertainment


In this episode of the User Friendly podcast, Paul J. Walsh, SVP and head of digital technology, engineering, IT and operations at Sony Interactive Entertainment, and Paul Silverglate, vice chair, and Deloitte's US technology sector leader, join host Hanish Patel to explore digital transformation trends. Tune in to hear their views on integrating IT and engineering into strategy planning, as well as the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) in growing effective teams in order to create successful transformations.

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