Mohammad Ali Shalan - "Innovative and Agile Contracting for Digital Transformation and Industry 4.0"

Episode 111 of the Business Bookshelf - "Innovative and Agile Contracting for Digital Transformation and Industry 4.0".

Today our guest is Mohammad Shalan.

Mohammad is a practitioner, author, guest speaker and researcher with published chapters, articles and presentations. Willing to distilling complex problems into simple solutions, add value and volunteer.

He is currently the Head of Technology at Aqarat Real Estate Development Company, and Director for Digital Transformation at Project Management Institute (PMI)

He is an editor of an upcoming book called “Innovative and Agile Contracting for Digital Transformation and Industry 4.0”. Digital transformation is reshaping the business arena as new, successful digital business models are increasing agility and presenting better ways to handle business than the traditional alternatives. Contracting processes and procedures are challenged to align with the new business dynamics as traditional contracts are no longer fitting today's agile and continuously changing environments. The chapters of the book cover the problems, issues, complications, strategies, governance, and risks related to the development and enforcement of digital transformation contracting practices. While highlighting topics in the area of digital transformation and contracting such as artificial intelligence, digital business, emerging technologies, and blockchain. The book can be purchased here.

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