There’s an urgent and growing need for technology upskilling across enterprises. The World Economic Forum (WEF) estimates that the emerging division of labor as a result of the advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning may give rise to at least 133 million new job roles globally by 2022. In line with these technological advancements, we are also seeing a gradual but clear shift in enterprise outlook toward technology upgrades. Having gone through the initial frenzy of adopting emerging technologies just to keep up with digital transformation hype (with little thought given to alignment and feasibility), enterprises the world over are now leveraging new technologies to drive broader and clearer agendas around savings, value creation and profitability. What this means is that, digital transformation maturity matters and it is now critically looked at as a key differentiator when it comes to the entire organisational positioning.
But do enterprises today have the required tech talent to be able to scale up on the maturity curve and achieve these outcomes? Data from numerous research firms states otherwise.
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