How Digitally Fluent is Your Workforce?
Hear Expert Advice, Live
As technology redefines industries at a rapid-fire pace, the new realities of the tech-infused workplace look to include unprecedented opportunities for the right mix of job skills. Embracing the digital landscape as the “new normal” and conquering the digital skills divide are crucial considerations at organizations seeking a competitive edge.
Digital fluency, then, is considered a new prerequisite in a variety of markets. Employers are looking for people with the ability to apply technology in creative and innovative ways to solve their complex challenges. But they may find it difficult to acquire enough skilled people to meet their needs. This kind of gap can present problems for some companies, especially those transitioning to digitally-driven products, services and operations.
You can learn more about how issues surrounding digital fluency could make an impact on your organization as we broadcast our deep dive into this topic on February 1, 2018. In collaboration with Human Capital Media, DeVryWORKS is presenting a panel of industry experts, streamed live from the Chicago Loop Campus of DeVry University.
Save the Date: Digital Fluency in the Workplace Event
Thursday, February 1, 2018, 2:00 p.m. Eastern (1:00 p.m. Central)
Our roundtable discussion live stream features the following participants, each with their own perspective and experience doing business in an increasingly tech-forward world.
Mike Prokopeak, Editor-in-Chief, CLO Magazine
Rob Lauber, SVP, Chief Learning Officer, McDonald's Corporation
Matt Hirst, Senior Director, OD, Talent Management and Learning, GameStop
Donna Herbel, Vice President, Training and Culture Development, Perkins & Marie Callenders LLC
Joe Mozden, Vice President, DeVryWORKS of DeVry University
We’re looking forward to presenting this unique gathering of professionals, opinions and advice.
Mark your calendar and watch your Inbox for your invitation coming soon. You won’t want to miss the chance to be a part of the engaging live discussion around this pressing business issue!
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