Literally, not getting digital

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I’ve mentioned 4 facets of digital literacy before, many times before.

Learning should, without fail, be embedded in the can/can’t space but we’re not seeing this in the workplace.

Dell’s latest Digital Transformation Index shows that less than half of organisations invest in digital skills learning or share knowledge across business functions. And this is at a time when the number of employees working remotely has shifted from 1 in 4 to 1 in 2.

Why is that?

  • Is it because digital transformation isn’t a learning function challenge?
  • Is it because learning doesn’t understand digital?
  • Is it because the expectations of digital are too high?
  • Is it because learning isn’t trusted with digital?

I think it is, as the report suggests, all about the data. Learn how to capture, analyse and report the right data and LnD becomes a trusted partner to make things happen.

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