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In previous blog post, I’ve outlined the tenets of Digital DNA, for organizations and individuals. Today, I’m writing about what it takes to lead a digital organization and some of the things I’ve learned leading Wipro Digital.

Digital DNA for an organization is characterized by four attributes: agility, external orientation, risk taking, and cross-functionality.

To become Digital, an organization will need to rethink its business strategy, organization model and culture. It will need to embed Digital throughout its culture, ways of working and even ways of competing. For leaders of larger organizations, this imperative can seem daunting. It takes courage to find new ways to balance predictability, industrialization and standardization with agility, responsiveness, and flexibility.

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