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It’s no surprise that digital technology has become a foundational element in workplaces of all types and sizes. Virtually every industry has been impacted by technological advances in both good and challenging ways.
Despite the proliferation of digital technology and the high level of awareness of today’s available options, a recent report from the Rework America Business Network (RABN) suggests that there is a “digital blind spot” when it comes to HR and learning and development (L&D) leaders’ prioritizing training on digital skills.
The report doesn’t focus on the “big rocks,” like artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, etc., but rather on the smaller, day-to-day implications of technology—the pieces that are being overlooked.