Approaches

People-centred competence development

Do we all have to be experts in artificial intelligence?

The good news is: No. There are individual competence profiles for each of us.

  • Basic knowledge in 4 categories as a basis for further competence development
  • Consider personality, own strengths and interests
  • Installing current task areas at the workplace

Components of digital fitness

I. Digital Literacy

Under Digital Literacy or “Digital Everyday Competence” hides those skills and knowledge that we need to design and optimize our everyday working life. This includes, for example, the use of ERP systems or collaboration tools, the organization and execution of online meetings and conferences, and security in handling sensitive data.

II. Transformation & Leadership

Driving forward the digital transformation, focusing on the right goals, making people and organizations capable of making decisions in the VUCA world (stands for volatility, uncertainty, complexity, ambiguity) poses great challenges for entrepreneurs and managers. Tomorrow’s working environment requires innovative organizational and cooperation models that allow the potential of individual people to unfold its full effect.

II Transformation & Leadership

Pushing ahead with the digital transformation, focusing on the right goals, making people and organisations capable of making decisions in the VUCA world (stands for volatility, uncertainty, complexity, ambiguity), poses great challenges to entrepreneurs and managers. Tomorrow’s working environment requires innovative organizational and cooperation models that allow the potential of individual people to unfold its full effect.

III. Customer Focus

Comparing companies, products and services is very easy for end users thanks to digital technologies. Therefore, the ability to anticipate (digital) customer behavior, analyze it correctly and align the business models and products of your own company with it is of central importance for economic success in the digital world.

IV. Technological Competences

Knowing the technologies of the future, analyzing their advantages and disadvantages in one’s own context and making the IT of one’s own company fit for the future – these are the central components of technological competence.

IV. Technology Competencies

Knowing the technologies of the future, analyzing their advantages and disadvantages in one’s own context and making the IT of one’s own company fit for the future – these are the central components of technological competence.