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Your digital transformation strategy
When developing or implementing a digital transformation strategy, the legal implications need to be incorporated at every stage.
Organisations in all sectors are facing a growing array of emerging, and often disruptive, technologies. The scale and speed of transformation is unprecedented – creating both threats and opportunities. And business leaders are responding. Digital transformation strategies are on the Board agenda. Businesses are being shaped to fully exploit the possibilities: for change, expansion, disruption and innovation. And every part of the business is likely to be affected. Often speed is of the essence, timely delivery vital. In the race to compete and complete, legal strategies shouldn't be seen as an add-on. Entering into a major change programme without considering the role of a legal team in helping to shape and protect business, mitigate threats and deliver on the strategic objectives, puts success at risk.