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Driving Digital Value & Mitigating Risk: The Power of a SFIA-Based Skills Inventory

In today’s digital landscape, enterprises face a dual challenge: maximizing digital value and managing digital risk. Digital value refers to the tangible and intangible benefits organizations can derive from their digital investments, such as increased efficiency, improved customer experiences, and competitive advantages. On the other hand, digital risk encompasses the potential negative impacts and vulnerabilities […]

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Underspent on Your Microsoft Azure Committments? Unleash Resources for Digital Upskilling!

Across the spectrum of organizations with a Microsoft Enterprise Agreement, a surprising number find themselves in an ‘underspent‘ state when it comes to their MACC (Microsoft Azure Consumption Commitment), unaware of the available resources waiting to enable the creation of a comprehensive digital skills inventory, often at little to no cost, all through existing Azure

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A Vision of a Transformed World in 2030: Unleashing the Power of SFIA

It is 2030, and the world has embraced SFIA (Skills Framework for the Information Age) as the universal standard for managing and developing digital skills and competencies. This transformative decision profoundly impacted how people lived, worked, and connected with each other. In this SFIA-powered world, organizations and individuals experienced a new level of efficiency and

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Demystifying Expertise: SFIA – A Scientific Approach to Knowledge, Skill Proficiency, and Competence

LinkedIn says the word ‘expert’ is used in over 60% of job descriptions. The imprecise and subjective term “expert” should be banished from job descriptions and replaced by clear and measurable skill requirements to avoid bias and ensure objective candidate evaluation. By discarding the nebulous term “expert” and embracing a structured approach to skill assessment,

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Ambiguity to Clarity: We Need A Common Language for Digital Skills & Competencies – SFIA

In today’s fast-paced and ever-evolving job market, accurately assessing and managing skills and competencies is critical for individuals, organizations, governments, and the economy. However, lacking a common language to describe these skills and competencies often leads to confusion, miscommunication, and missed opportunities. That’s where the Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA) comes into play.

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Transforming Enterprise Culture: The Power of a Skills Inventory with Digital Badging

In today’s rapidly evolving digital landscape, organizations face the dual challenge of fostering a culture of continuous learning while ensuring robust cybersecurity practices. Digital badging has emerged as a powerful tool that can drive cultural transformation within enterprises by recognizing and validating skills, fostering a learning mindset, and promoting a heightened awareness of cybersecurity and

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Standardizing on SFIA: How Countries Are Defining Digital Skills for the Future

The digital age has transformed the world of work, leading to the need for specialized digital skills. With the increasing importance of digital skills across all sectors, countries worldwide are taking steps to standardize their skills frameworks for defining and assessing these skills. One such framework that has been gaining popularity is the Skills Framework

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