Moreover, as the use of digital technologies spreads within a company, staff acquire more and more IT skills. However, non-digital fields of competence, such as professional expertise and social and communication skills have not lost their relevance. Digitalization not only adds to the range of further training required, but also offers new ways of learning, which 84 per cent of those enterprises which offer further training already exploit. Indeed, digitalized companies make more frequent use of digital learning methods than other firms, highlighting the interaction between increasing training needs and new opportunities for knowledge transfer. According to companies, the most important motive for the use of digital learning offerings is that they can easily be integrated into the normal working day.
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- Susanne Seyda / David B. Meinhard / Beate Placke ·
- IW-Trends ·
- 24 Apr 2018