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Elevate Digital Disruption Like China's Leading Innovators

Three Lessons From Chinese Internet Companies

June 29, 2015

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"Internet companies" is a unique term used in China to refer to digital enterprises. These firms were born digital, and they are disrupting traditional companies in every major vertical. Traditional companies in China are trying to learn from these digital enterprises and create a holistic approach to address this disruption. Their global peers are not immune: Chinese Internet companies like Alibaba are also trying to enter the market in the US and Europe. This report highlights the top three lessons that enterprise architecture (EA) professionals in traditional companies can learn from leading Chinese Internet companies to address digital disruption. It also provides strategies and reference cases for avoiding the typical pitfalls when doing so.

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Table of Contents

  • Digital Enterprises Are Disrupting The Chinese Market
  • Three Lessons To Learn From Chinese Internet Companies
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  • Base Strategies On Your Existing Business Context And Technology
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