As digital technology is rapidly becoming a commodity, an organisation’s success largely depends on its digital intellectual quality, especially in how well its digital leaders such as the CEO, COO, and/or CIO, define, lead, and communicate the transformation. It is also dependent upon the digital qualifications of the employees who need to roll out digital processes and services. As such, enhancing digital capabilities, skills, and organisational structures will be highly critical. Leaders need to learn to evaluate their company’s digital maturity now, set clear targets for the next five years, and prioritise the measures that will bring the most value to their business.Who Should Attend
Department, Section, and Integration Managers, Team Leaders, and Senior ExecutivesPrerequisite
Participants must be decision makers or playing a leading role in their respective organisations
En Azhar Md Nayan is the Technical Advisor to the PSDC. He graduated from Bradley University in Illinois, USA, in 1994 and has over 23 years of Senior Management experience. His work experience spans across various sectors including semiconductor products in wireless communication, motion controller, optoelectronics, and photomask engineering. Azhar had taken on many different management roles before leaving the industry to fully focus on providing training and consultancy services. He specialises in Technical Problem Solving Tools, Change Management, Critical Thinking, Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), Problem Solving Tools (eg 8D, PDCA, and DMAIC), Lean Manufacturing Concepts, Waste Management, and Introduction to Industry 4.0.
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