Digital Transformation: The Essentials of E-business Leadership

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KPMG/McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 2000 - Computers - 134 pages
In view of the spectacular successes of e-business pioneers such as Cisco, FedEx, and, there can no longer be any doubt that the future of business is inextricably bound up with the Internet. Written by the top e-business strategists at KPMG Consulting/Metrius, Digital Transformation provides executives with a road map for leading their companies through the transition from business to e-business.

Based, in large part, on extensive interviews with those at the forefront of the e-business revolution, it cuts through the hype and confusion surrounding doing business on the Internet to reveal the fundamental principles behind the digital transformation currently underway.
-- Executives learn from "the source" how to make the transition to a fully Internet-enabled organization
-- Includes tips and insights from Cisco CEO John Chambers, Dan Shulman, President of, and other e-business gurus
-- Reveals why some companies have been so successful while others tried and failed

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Foreword by John Chambers
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Mary pat McCarthy is Vice Chair of the Information, Communications, and Entertainment practice of KPMG LLP.

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