Throughout the 1990s and the first half of the 2000s, the first wave of the digital revolution brought huge gains in productivity.
Unfortunately, despite the promises of cloud-based and mobile technologies, the second wave has so far failed to deliver. Productivity growth rates have declined to the 1-1.5% level, and businesses are finding it increasingly difficult to get more from their workforce.
Grovo’s new whitepaper explains how the productivity crisis has been brought about by a growing digital skills gap, as training has failed to keep pace with the rapid advance in technology.
This is no joke – this skills gap comes at an estimated cost of $1.3 trillion to the US economy.
By laying out the eight core competencies of digital skills, we provide a framework you can use to develop an action plan that addresses the digital skills gap in your business.