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Free webinar: How to create a digitally capable organisation

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Gain actionable insight on up-skilling your business for the digital age. Join the ADBL’s free webinar, How to create a digitally capable organisation.

[Update: this event has now taken place, but you can watch the event recording of How to create a digitally capable organisation]

On Thursday 23rd July at 4pm in the UK or 11am Eastern USA, the ADBL (Academy of Digital Business Leaders) will host a free webinar for professionals who are responsible for their organisation’s digital capabilities and skill-set. Planned with direct take-back to work actions, the webinar will prove useful for executives working within learning and development, and human resources, as well as hands-on c-suite level executives.

Focussed on digital transformation in organisations, the event is a natural progression from our Digital Skills Transformation event, co-hosted by both the ADBL and CIPD at Google’s London headquarters.

During the webinar, our handpicked panel will be discussing a range of topics that were popular at the event earlier this month. This includes: stepping up to the digital skills challenge in 2015; producing a model for a digitally capable organisation; and implementing tactical opportunities to make the most of your existing team.

Our panel for the webinar on 23rd July will be:

  • Tom Bryant, UK Government Senior Advisor on Digital Skills
  • Michael Curry, CEO, the ADBL
  • Ben Rowland, Co-Founder, Arch Apprentices

[Update: this event has now taken place, but you can watch the event recording of How to create a digitally capable organisation]

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Stephanie Khan

Stephanie is a former Marketing Apprentice, and now a Content Marketing Executive at AVADO. Since completing her apprenticeship, she has become an advocate for apprentices and the benefit they bring to businesses. She writes about modern apprenticeships, the levy, and the digital skills crisis.

Posted July 13, 2015