“We’re always so busy! There’s no time to stop and get trained, so we’ll just have to try and figure this new stuff out on our own.” Does this sound familiar? Does your company struggle with the balance between allocating time for learning and working productively? As the Director of Learning Services for Enstoa, I run into this quite a bit with clients of all sizes and types.
When commercially available computers first came on the scene in the late 1970’s and early 80’s, most people thought of them merely as a way to enhance existing methods. Word processing saved time over typing. Spreadsheets saved long hours of punching numbers into a calculator. AutoCAD made it possible to do faster, more accurate design calculations.
“Every CEO is talking about digital transformation right now,” a General Assembly executive recently said. In late 2018, Salesforce's Marc Benioff said the spending cycle is stronger than he's seen previously as well.