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Preparing for the future of work is one of the defining business problems of our time—yet it is one that most organizations are not ready to address. While Covid-19 has accelerated the implementation of digitalization with regard to artificial intelligence in Southeast Asia, it has also emphasized the need for reform and structural change in many sectors, notably education, business, healthcare, communications and banking, and, most importantly, compressed the time frame for those reforms. Based on their upcoming AsiaGlobal Paper, “The Effects of Covid-19 on Digitalization in Southeast Asia: A Crisis Within a Crisis”, Reuben Mondejar of IESE Business School and Arthur Gogatz of King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang will examine the transition to digitalization in both the public and private sectors in Southeast Asia before and during the Covid-19 acceleration period, and how this unique crisis has brought and will continue to spawn both problems and benefits.
The presentation will be followed by a discussion and Q&A session moderated by Alejandro T Reyes of the Asia Global Institute.
Reuben Mondejar is professor at the IESE Business School in Spain, adjunct professor at the Hong Kong Management Association, and president of the Asian Studies Association of Hong Kong.View Profile
Arthur Gogatz is an associate professor at King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang in Bangkok, Thailand, and director of World Innovation Team LLC, an international consulting firm based in California, USA, and Bangkok.View Profile