April 2021
April 2021
April 2021

Summary

Evolution means change, and today, the Financial Services sector can deliver unexplored possibilities by deploying automation and AI capabilities unheard of in the past decade. And women leaders are indisputably driving that change.

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Conclusion

Achieving gender diversity in technology areas will not only activate a flexible workforce but also help organizations, especially the BFSI sector, navigate these uncertain times. As mentioned in the example, overcoming resistance to change will ultimately transform the way a process functions. Faster technology adoption is the need of the hour; the question is, “How many things can we automate?”

Today, women leaders are questioning stereotypes, rising above the unconscious bias, and are being the catalysts of driving change in organizations. They are thinking of ways to eliminate mundane jobs such as updating excel sheets and collating data; instead, focusing their time on identifying opportunities for automation that will enable organizations to create digital experiences.


How can we make life much easier for our team and customers? How can we focus on tasks that provide intellectual stimulation? These are some of the pressing questions that we need to address, besides tackling the elephant in the room: How can we make the BFSI industry more inclusive and adaptive to change?