A team obsessed with helping leaders, organisations and people realise their full potential.

DIGITAL, PEOPLE & LEADERSHIP.

A TRANSFORMATIVE COMBINATION

Getting people to become digital. That’s any organisation’s toughest challenge during digital transformation. But Mike Perk, the CEO of WWC, has decades of experience helping people, brands and businesses realise their full potential by going digital.

Born of an HR and organisational behaviour background, Mike has deep understanding of how to transform organisational culture. Mike’s digital career began mid 1990’s and ever since he’s been championing people-centred Digital Transformation [DX] to liberate business growth. The leader of one of South Africa’s most respected digital marketing agencies, Mike transformed WWC into a respected DX advisory. A founding partner of Heavy Chef, the inspiration platform for digital innovators and leaders, Mike leads a team passionate about effecting positive change by empowering people, inspiring leaders and liberating organisational potential.

#FUTUREFIT

The biggest barrier to DX success is a lack of understanding of what is required to make the shift from leadership to inspirational digital leaders. By combining real-life case studies and global research, Mike has identified the attributes and actions of successful digital leaders. Mike calls this being #FutureFit. To effect real, sustainable change that will future proof organisations, leaders must become #FutureFit.

GLOBAL ADVISOR NETWORK

POWERED BY TECH.

EMPOWERED BY PEOPLE.

WWC brings together a global network of expert digital guides who are specialists in digital change. This means organisations can tap into independent, best-of-breed perspectives on People-First DX. The advisory is backed by a state of the art platform that is used to assess, analyse, reveal and track digital change interventions to ensure sustainable success.

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