For years, corporate leaders have been chasing the must-have technology that will future-proof their company — and, by extension, their jobs. But after two decades of chasing after solutions, most compant transformations aare still failing at a rate of 84 percent. Investing in technology isn't enough, so how can the right training address widening gaps in work culture and capability?
This White Paper will address the following key takeaways:
- Executives prioritize investments in technology over people, whereas HR professionals choose training programs
- Employees feel under-prepared and worried during transformation
- Transformation impacts women more negatively than men
We live in an age where digital is disrupting business modes at breakneck speed and machines are mastering many everyday jobs. While technological change is occurring evermore rapidly, human capability is not adapting at the same pace. Simply put, the world is facing a crisis in the development of skills that businesses need to address to be successful.
This White Paper will share insights on how to solve key challenges which include:
- Key barriers to building digital capability and how to overcome them
-How to ensure L&D is engaged from the very beginning of the digital transformation process
-Creating learning that works for both baby-boomers and millennial
-How to deploy the latest technology to scale digital capability programs