Culture has been cited as the most significant barrier to digital effectiveness; yet when implemented purposefully, a digital culture can drive sustainable action and create tangible value for organisations.

However, research suggests that only 35% of leaders feel they are capable of leading in an increasingly digital world, and 27% of UK workers say that they lack the sufficient digital skills required for their job role.

This report explores how digital culture is defined, and considers the critical dimensions we believe play a fundamental role in establishing a thriving digital culture, such as digital leadership and mindset, accessibility, data and learning.


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