Tag Archive | skills

Digital Transformation Skills Shortage Slows Progress

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Having trouble staffing your digital transformation project team? Well, you’re not alone. More organizations report a digital business skills gap within their workforce, but many can’t find a viable solution to the IT talent shortage, according to CompTIA.

Source: Digital Lifescapes

Study: B2B Digital Marketing Talent Shortage in Tech Sector

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“Less than half of marketers are advanced in the core skillsets that are important today, such as content marketing, digital media, and data analysis, so it’s logical many are looking to find new opportunities that can equip them with the skills they need to excel in the future.”

Source: Digital Marketing Magazine

IT DevOps and Continuous Delivery Gaining Adoption

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It is becoming increasingly apparent that both DevOps and Continuous Delivery require an ability to share information across the staff, tools, and processes supporting diverse life-cycle stages and functions.

Source: Digital Lifescapes

Line of Business Leaders Drive Digital Transformation

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Digital transformation requires savvy talent. That’s why more Line of Business (LoB) leaders are adding business technology experts to their staff — independent of the traditional IT department. Senior executives cite the need for specialized skills, faster response times and predictable business outcomes.

Source: Digital Lifescapes

How Technology Transforms Education and Skills Demand

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As we embark on the Fourth Industrial Revolution, it’s clear that technology will play a central role in nearly all aspects of our lives. Research by the World Economic Forum estimates that 65% of children entering primary school will find themselves in occupations that today do not exist.

Source: World Economic Forum

Search Engine Optimization Tops List for Digital Marketers

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Search continued to lead digital marketing efforts for companies worldwide in 2016. And this was the case in spite of internet users’ widespread engagement with social.

Source: eMarketer

High Expectations: Why the CMO is Subject to Change

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The average tenure of a CMO is the lowest of all C-suite titles, at an average of 4.1 years. The longest average CMO tenure is in the financial services industry at 5.1 years, and life sciences CMOs stay on average a full two years less at only 3.1 years. The average CMO in the consumer industry stays 3.6 years.

Source: Korn Ferry