When digital literacy is a given, how do you stand out?
While there’s a lot of talk about the digital skills one might need to function in an evolving business world, surprisingly little is said about the kinds of soft skills that could also prove valuable.
The Commonwealth Bank’s recent Wired for Wonder conference tackled the issue of “non-digital skills required in a digital age”.
It wasn’t just professionals that could benefit from developing and refining their soft skills; CBA CIO David Whiteing and Atari co-founder Nolan Bushnell saw the need to seed these skills with the next generation of workers to complement their assumed digital literacy.
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