In addition, they carried out about 15–20 every year interviews with representatives of the management staff of the highest level from selected companies to deepen the topics that were raised in the surveys.
Last but not least, they used literature of the subject, but also the consultants' experience Deloitte.
Which turned out to be the real secret of success digital transformation? Effective management people, which also included their development (vv including reskilling and upskilling). Even though the change is almost there tangible managements neglect the burning one issue, because, according to the authors of the impressive research don't understand technology, they focus for short-term purposes. It bothers them also need to balance between too multiple priorities at once. It's hard to care about meeting current goals and getting ready for the digital future simultaneously. Despite these it is worth the effort to make this effort if you want ensure a bright future for the company.
Whether we like it or not, technology will fill the spaces work, or more precisely, it will replace people doing these jobs. Already a few years ago the president of Deutsche Bank predicted that half out of 97 thousand employees of this bank can be replaced by robots. One of the studies revealed that 39% of jobs in the legal industry can be automated over the next few years 10 years. Other studies show that accountants do 95% chance of losing your job in the future due to work automation. And workers in the manufacturing industry or productive, this future may catch up faster. We've even heard of "robotized masons." Easily find reports which foresee the loss of many millions of jobs in coming years. Perhaps these dark visions of tomorrow they discourage corporate leaders by inclining them to the catastrophic error of ignoring how it will affect people. So that employers do not stay on the ice, they should invest in skills development tomorrow's employees. Yes, they'd be ready to perform the new functions when they are fully realized times of new technology.
Paul Kubisiak, Editor in Chief "MIT Sloan Management Review Poland"
The article is part of a report on employee reskilling titled "The Great Skills Reset," authored by Future Collars and ICAN Institute.
The publication provides a comprehensive overview of issues related to filling the competency gap within companies, as well as a summary of discussions surrounding key challenges in Poland regarding the lack of IT specialists in the Polish job market.
The report is aimed not only at management and HR departments but also at anyone interested in professional and personal development, as well as ensuring a stable position in the future job market.
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