Most leaders know that change isn't easy. Most people are naturally resistant to change. Changing behaviours, rather than just thoughts and attitude, is arguably even tougher. CenturyLink UK's MD, Richard Warley, explores why inspiring behavioural change is so tough and shares his thoughts about how it can and must be done for businesses to thrive.
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Jamie Tyler, director of digital transformation and innovation at CenturyLink is one of the featured experts in the report, commenting on the increasing need for intelligent services and devices.
Supermarkets have historically been a more traditional retail bricks and mortar affair. However, with the increasing take-up of online shopping, and with the UK leading the way globally, supermarkets are having to "change" in order to maximise the value of their large physical retail assets.
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AT A GLANCE
Challenge: Expand the business model to include delivering products from third-party consumer companies using stores as pick-up and fulfilment centres for online orders
Solution: Create new warehouse systems to manage single-unit fulfilment services for new product categories with a hybrid IT solution that uses colocation, managed firewall, cloud and managed hosting
Industry: Shipping & Logistics
Challenge: Power a growing global business with flexible IT infrastructure
Solution: CenturyLink manages WWL’s IT needs through private cloud, application management, database management and security services