In a world that rewards innovation, speed and agility, high-tech companies born in the digital age, “digital-borns,” have an edge over their more established peers. But established companies, “tenured-techs,” aren’t ready to cede without a fight. They are transitioning to leading-edge platforms and tying their visions to the promise of digitally driven innovation.The responsibility for executing a new digital vision falls to the leaders of tenured-tech companies. For decades, they’ve been masters of embracing change and beating the odds. But digital-borns pose a new kind of threat—one that calls for new skills, talent strategies and organizational capabilities.