As Joe Baguley noted, when it comes to readying employees for the digital age, it is the CIO who must lead the charge.
And as digital disruption hits the mainstream – with any number of organisation now preparing themselves for transformation and a significant shift in how the engage with customers, run their operations and develop new services – there is not a moment to lose in driving change.
Developing the ‘digital skills’ of your workforce is a crucial component in becoming a digital-first organisation. It’s easier said than done.
Although the enthusiasm is there – with almost two thirds (64 per cent)  willing to use their own time to upskill themselves – too many employees find themselves trapped in organisations which do not offer them the opportunity to flex their digital muscles.
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Based on research, commissioned by VMware: Vanson Bourne polled 5,700 office workers who regularly access data or information via the web, in companies with 100+ employees in EMEA during August 2015.