Creating a Digitally Literate Workforce - PwC has an App for That

Creating a Digitally Literate Workforce - PwC has an App for That

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19-Jul-2019
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Research Code: 9B0F-00-72-00-00
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Much has been written about the looming shortage of skilled resources to fill technology jobs in the digital era. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics projects computer and information technology jobs to grow 13 percent from 2016-2026, faster than the average of all other occupations, with 560,000 new jobs being added during that period. The European Commission predicts 756,000 unfilled jobs in the European ICT sector by 2020.

For assurance, advisory, and tax consulting firm PwC, a digitally literate workforce is essential for future success, both for the business and the employees. In the past two years, the company has launched and expanded a multi-faceted digital workforce transformation program that invites employees from all lines of business to increase their technology skills. Supported as a strategic priority by company executives across disciplines, the internal program has achieved such rapid and stellar success that it is now being introduced as a platform for clients.

In this report, we take an in-depth look at PwC’s novel Digital Accelerator program, and show how every business can benefit from the company’s approach to “digital upskilling” for all.

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Introduction

A People-Centric Firm Invests in its People

PwC Digital Accelerator Program

Digital Fitness App

Digital Accelerator Program

Digital Lab

Why PwC’s Digital Upskilling Program is Successful

Stratecast - The Last Word

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About Frost & Sullivan

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Much has been written about the looming shortage of skilled resources to fill technology jobs in the digital era. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics projects computer and information technology jobs to grow 13 percent from 2016-2026, faster than the average of all other occupations, with 560,000 new jobs being added during that period. The European Commission predicts 756,000 unfilled jobs in the European ICT sector by 2020. For assurance, advisory, and tax consulting firm PwC, a digitally literate workforce is essential for future success, both for the business and the employees. In the past two years, the company has launched and expanded a multi-faceted digital workforce transformation program that invites employees from all lines of business to increase their technology skills. Supported as a strategic priority by company executives across disciplines, the internal program has achieved such rapid and stellar success that it is now being introduced as a platform for clients. In this report, we take an in-depth look at PwC’s novel Digital Accelerator program, and show how every business can benefit from the company’s approach to “digital upskilling” for all.
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Author Lynda Stadtmueller
Industries Information Technology
WIP Number 9B0F-00-72-00-00
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GPS Codes 99E4-C1,9455,D562