It’s happening. Now!
By adapting to the pandemic, even the most conservative companies and persons were forced to a digital response, to experience a decade of digital acceleration in a year, at the same time preparing the foundation to finally transform the world to a new digital economy. To be prepared for that, every subject should start some inclusive, successful, and sustainable actions to enable its presence in the future. Re-skilled society, highly accessible low cost critical digital infrastructure, more easily accessible money, and services, work from home and remote work but also cross occupations but also process automation and (ro)botization are happening just now. But without digital transformation to all and to every sector, business and business side new digital economy will not happen.
The citizen of the future must engage in the process of building technological skills is trained to participate in global economy. Today 35 to 60% of jobs are ripe for automation. Jobs of the future benefit by using technology like robots and automation, inclusive growth patterns resulting in better quality of life. Cross occupations create additional opportunities. When skilling, the gap between the employers and educators must be also bridged. The companies must include innovation in policy and set the digital component of growth as a major foundation.
Companies and governments must adopt the mission statement to constantly invest and innovate, take advantage of digital transformation and use it to resilience as business next time some not wanted situation occurs.
Only the one being digitally transformed knows what works and what does not work. To be realistic, there are still much more challenges of access to technology for all of us, and even more when we look at income distribution, education and skills and bridging other long running gaps. Those are just some of the milestones to be achieved on the path to more equitable and inclusive society - a better system where much more people will participate in it and produce much more labor with capital and cross sector digital transformations. This is much truer for the basic country sectors like housing, education and healthcare. We must learn from others and experiment with solutions more. If we want to restore demand after the crisis we have a space to compete again to produce more competitive cost structure again.
And primarily: we should not forget to include the challenges of implementing climate goals by aspects like sustainable logistics, zero emissions transport and drone delivery regulation. Potential for new opportunities and progress in healthcare is based on very increased access to healthcare which require rapid change in healthcare. Same goes for digital transformation of traditional segments and the place for the newcomers there.Ineor creates the new economy.