April 17, 2019
One of the most talked about solutions to the UK’s seemingly intractable productivity deficit is the application of new technology. And as we begin to address the first challenges and opportunities presented by the Fourth Industrial Revolution, it grows more apparent each day that this is not merely a macro-economic issue, but something that affects us at an organisation and personal level too. Consequently, one of the most important attributes that must be developed in order for both organisations and individuals to thrive in this new era is digital IQ, sometimes referred to as DQ. And the most important thing to understand about the current digital IQ of many organisations and individuals is that they need to focus on developing it.