Businesses are striving to become data-driven and harvest the value this approach will bring. Yet, the misconception that transformation is rooted in the technology which facilitate it prevails; technological revolution is ignited by the people who understand it, who can take advantage of the data they hold and turn it into meaningful insights. Without such talent, these organisations will be left behind.
The Digital Poverty Alliance (DPA) @DigiPovAlliance, the national non-profit for ending digital poverty, is announcing a prominent list of individuals and organisations who will comprise its Board and Community Board, ahead of its first official board meeting tomorrow. The DPA is also sharing key milestones in its roadmap towards a national digital poverty delivery plan aimed at ending digital poverty once and for all.
When the UK entered its third national lockdown in early January, employees were once again asked to work from home whenever possible. This has been a common theme of the last year, but in the post-COVID future, remote working will not be a necessity of circumstance: it will be the obvious choice for most businesses to attract and retain the best workers.
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