Digital transformation best practice for Australian businesses

Focus on rapid learning to build a future-ready workforce, says MIT CISR

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Focus on rapid learning to build a future-ready workforce, says MIT CISR

Australian businesses are global laggards in the race to equip for the digital future of business. To catch up, they will need to invest in skills and technology – and especially in a culture of rapid learning.

That’s the view of MIT Sloan research scientist Kristine Dery, the keynote speaker of this year’s iTnews Digital Nation series, which looks at the digital fitness of Australian organisations.

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