Digital technologies offer vast potential to transform productivity and enhance capacity for innovation,
radically changing the ways in which we produce both goods and services.
So how can we make our people and organisations ready for digital innovation?
By working together on common issues, companies participating in the Consortium will fast-track successful digital innovation.
They create collaborative advantage by exploring international thinking and practice, sharing ideas and experiences of ‘what works’, and solving problems as a team.
Research evidence and practical experience alike suggest that improvements in productivity and competitiveness will be achieved mainly by enhancing human labour through digital assistance rather than replacing it.
In short, a full return on investment happens when technological innovation and human factors are considered together.
DAIC offers a unique opportunity, combining the technological expertise of Booth Welsh with Workplace Innovation Europe’s proven approach to People-Centred Change.
What will DAIC do for me and my business?
Together with our international partners we’ve been analysing research and leading practice from across Europe to create a unique programme.
DAIC helps you achieve successful digital innovation, personal learning and development, and peer-to-peer knowledge-sharing.
|DAIC will guide you through the roadmap to successful and sustainable digital innovation, demonstrating how to:
The programme involves two people from each organisation, both with a role in enabling or stimulating change. For each person, DAIC involves 8 days off-site over a 12 month period, combined with 2 days on-site facilitation, coaching and advice.
The programme is also supported by online interaction and bespoke e-learning resources via a closed Lab on the Fresh Thinking Labs platform.
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