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Digital Disruption Index: Aligning strategy, workforce and technology
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Business leaders’ confidence in the digital capabilities of new entrants to the workplace has improved in the past six months, according to the Digital Disruption Index by Deloitte. A quarter of respondents said their current workforce has sufficient knowledge and expertise to execute their organisation’s digital strategy – up from 16% since spring 2018. The research is based on responses from 158 digital leaders at FTSE-listed companies, large private companies and large UK public sector organisations with a combined market value of £1.38tn.
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- 18% of business leaders believe school leavers and graduates have the right digital skills and experience, up from 12% six months earlier.
- 25% of digital leaders in the UK believe their workforce has sufficient knowledge and expertise to execute their digital strategy.
- 49% do not have a policy in place to ensure the safe and ethical deployment of artificial intelligence (AI) and data-driven technologies, however existing organisational values mean these policies are not always a necessity.
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