Top 10 op risks 2018: organisational change

Banks fear pace of technological change will leave them exposed; others worry they could be superseded altogether

Organisational change means different things to different people. To some, it is the pressure to keep pace with technological change, with the vague promise that, some years down the line, the investment will pay off and allow them to boost revenues or slash costs; to others, it is the ultimate risk that such changes will see them superseded altogether.

The real-world applications of many new technologies – all trades being settled over distributed ledger, for instance, or the commercialisation

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