RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Recently a study about the digital strategy of a developed and advanced country like Japan was deeply analyzed. Despite being the third largest economy on the planet, the country ranks 27th in the 2020 index of digital competitiveness by IMD (International Institute for Management Development).
This study assesses economic performance, infrastructure, and government and business efficiency. In all, 63 countries were analyzed. Brazil, for comparison purposes, ranks 56th, a position that places it among the seven worst countries.
What did Japan do? It designed a digital strategy for 2030, with a strong focus on digital talent . . .