Technology has been democratized and no longer provides a distinct competitive advantage. There is a new and more sustainable advantage, and it has been right in front of us all along: people.
In the digital age, both employees and customers are more aware and connected and an integral part of the value chain. It is important for L&D to be up to date with market trends and disruptors to the business.
In a fast-changing business world, there’s no such thing as certainty. Are you equipping your leaders with the skills they need to outmaneuver competitors as the digital revolution intensifies?
To prepare your workforce for digital transformation, it’s important to allay fears, change the way people approach technology, lead by example, and give everyone the tools and opportunities they need to pursue personal digital growth.
While technology and processes can be changed and updated with relative ease, the main assets of an organization – people – take time, dedication and leadership to transform.
To adjust to constant change, your training programs need to shift from teaching new skills to cultivating new qualities.
Like it or not, social media, the internet and artificial intelligence are transforming the way we teach, train and learn. We are much more than mere subject matter experts. We are designers, curators and guides.