Competitiveness is based on a new digital literacy. Questions such as the following become crucial to ask:
what is big data?
what is the Internet of Things?
how will banks in 2020 be managed as a result of the digital revolution?
The acquisition of a "minimum standard of digital skills
" becomes necessary to generate value, seize opportunities and to avoid becoming the new "new illiterates" of the 2.0 era.
Organisations that make widespread use of the new technologies
and aim at digitisation
achieve gains in terms of productivity and streamlined organisation, reduced costs and increased sales.
In particular, the results pass through two factors: organisational changes and competences of human capital.
What we do: we produce programs for the development of digital skills
conducted using the method of reverse mentoring
. Young people, with less work experience but with greater familiarity with the new technologies
, teach and show seniors how to familiarise themselves with the new digital tools
. At the same time, seniors transfer their professional skills and experience in dealing with people, to introduce young people to the professional climate and culture of the organisation.
We develop digital skills using a highly innovative method
We support organisations in improving research, organisation, sharing and the communication of information
We create inter-generational synergies; we facilitate the integration between persons who are separated by age and role