“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?
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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.
“Every CEO is talking about digital transformation right now,” a General Assembly executive recently said.