The MIT Sloan Management Review and Capgemini Consulting conducted a survey of executives and managers in a variety of industries worldwide to gauge their feelings on technology as it related to their businesses. They found that companies faced a variety of challenges in adopting new digital technologies.
Fifty-three percent of respondents said the top cultural barrier to digital transformation was competing priorities. An almost equal number of respondents, 52%, said they were stymied by a lack of familiarity with digital technologies. Four in 10 named resistance to new approaches as a barrier. Internal politics and aversion to risk were seen as less prominent obstacles to digital transformation. Read the rest at eMarketer.