Digital Transformation

The Digital Transformation of Industries (DTI) project, launched by the World Economic Forum in 2015, is a multi-year engagement with the aim to analyse the impact of digital technologies on business and society, to better understand digital transformation opportunities and risks in industries and their related sectors, and provide insights and tools required for business model changes. In 2015-2016 the project focused on six industries: Logistics, Media, Consumer Goods, Electricity, Automotive, and Health. It also explored four cross industry themes: Digital Consumption, Digital Enterprise, Societal Implications, and Platform Governance. 

In 2016-2017 the project will focus on a further 8 industries: Chemicals, Mining & Metals, Oil & Gas, Insurance, Aviation & Hospitality, Professional Services, Telecoms, and Retail. The cross-industry topics are: Platform Governance, Impact of Policy & Regulation, Societal Implications, and Impact of Emerging Technologies.