Whose responsibility is it to teach digital literacy at work?
Do we need our workforce to be digitally literate?
How does digital literacy enable our people to be more effective?
Who decides the standards for digital literacy?
Is digital literacy the next step to social inclusion?
Is digital literacy more of a competency for some businesses than others?
What technologies are we talking about when we say you need to be digitally literate?
If L&D are producing learning solutions which are technology based, is it their responsibility to develop digital literacy skills?
If the systems for work need upgrading to new systems, is that digital literacy or not?
If the organisation is using internal or enterprise social networks, is that exclusive to those who know how to use those networks?
If the Exec Team aren’t using digital technologies, are they showing poor leadership?
If the organisation isn’t using social media, are they digitally redundant? Or digitally illiterate?
If someone hasn’t had to use any form of digital technology for their job for 30 years, why do they need to start now?
How do we teach people to be digitally responsible?
If the organisation develops an app for its customers, are they excluding everyone who doesn’t have access to the app?
So. Many. Questions.