羅致恒富:近八成新加坡企業管理者對擁有合適的領導團隊來實施數字化變革抱有信心

                                        發布時間:2019年11月05日    信息來源:人力資源市場觀察

                                        近日,羅致恒富新加坡發布的一項調查顯示,有78%的新加坡管理者對自己的企業擁有合適的領導團隊來實施數字化變革抱有信心。

                                        調查顯示,17%的新加坡企業管理者表示,他們不相信自己的企業擁有合適的領導團隊來實施數字化變革。

                                        報告顯示,在受訪者中,財務管理者比科技管理者更擔心企業的領導能力,有20%的首席財務官表示他們對企業的領導能力沒有信心,而僅有11%的首席信息官表示如此。

                                        該研究還強調,新加坡企業管理者不相信其組織具有實施數字變革的正確領導能力有四個最重要的原因。

                                        有55%的受訪者表示他們缺乏對管理的支持或興趣,而47%的受訪者表示缺乏變革管理的經驗。39%的受訪者強調企業內部缺少溝通,而39%的受訪者則表示他們所在的企業缺少技術知識。

                                        該研究還表明,新加坡的首席信息官將技術知識(67%)、變革管理經驗(56%)和專家參與決策制定(56%)作為成功領導IT部門進入數字化未來所需的三大要素。

                                        相比之下,首席財務官將溝通技巧(58%)、技術知識(58%)和變革管理經驗(56%)確定為成功帶領財務部門邁向數字化未來的三大要素。

                                        SINGAPORE - MAJORITY OF BOSSES CONFIDENT THEIR BUSINESSES HAVE THE RIGHT LEADERSHIP TEAM TO IMPLEMENT DIGITAL CHANGE

                                        (Nov.4, 2019, /staffingindustry.com/)Most, or 78%, of Singapore-based managers are somewhat to very confident their businesses have the right leadership team to implement digital change, according to a survey by Robert Half Singapore.

                                        The survey showed that 17% of Singaporean bosses said they were not confident that their businesses have the right leadership team to implement digital change.

                                        Within the pool of Singaporean survey respondents, financial leaders are more concerned than their tech counterparts with 20% of CFOs saying they’re not confident of their leadership, compared to 11% of CIOs.

                                        The research also highlights the four most significant reasons why Singaporean bosses aren’t confident their organisations have the right leadership to implement digital change.

                                        More than half (55%) say they lack management support or interest, followed by 47% who refer to the lack of change management experience. Almost four in 10, or 39%, highlight the lack of communication and 39% say they don’t have the technical know-how.

                                        The research also showed that Singaporean CIOs identify technical know-how (67%), change management experience (56%), and involvement of specialists in decision making (56%) as the top three skills needed to successfully lead the IT department into the digital future.

                                        CFOs, by comparison, identify communication skills (58%), technical know-how (58%), and change management experience (56%) as the top three skills needed to successfully lead the finance department into the digital future.

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