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Digital Capabilities

Organizations that are more agile, that optimize and leverage technology, and constantly innovate are ahead of the game, add more value and can provide better customer experience. Businesses that transform digitally will be able to connect better with their customers. The need of the hour is for every organization to raise the digital readiness of every employee across the organization.

Ready for a digital world

KNOLSKAPE’s Digital Academy focuses on transforming internal teams for digital awareness, execution and strategy formulation. This program prepares the organization for a digital future to be more agile and adaptive.

DIGITAL CAPABILITIES

Transforming teams

KNOLSKAPE’s Digital Academy focuses on transforming internal teams for digital awareness, execution and strategy formulation. 

Transforming people

This program ensures that all employees have the skills needed to iterate and innovate within the organization, whether groomed from within the organization, hired to comprise a team or part of the team due to a merger. 

Holistic transformation

The digital transformation journey encompasses a holistic transformation across five pillars – leadership and governance, use of data and analytics, people and operations, technology, and most importantly, customer experience

  • Prepares the organization for a digital future to be more agile and adaptive
  • Designed to address needs based on roles and level within the organization – awareness for all employees, execution for middle management, and strategy for executive leadership
  • Comprehensive learning ecosystem to aide learners throughout the digital transformation process

Success stories

I have been using the KNOLSKAPE simulation (ChangeQuest) in my course and students have found it extremely interesting. The pedagogy is not only innovative but also specific to the Indian context. One of the major strengths of KNOLSKAPE is that they can dove-tail the simulation according to the needs of the participants. 

Dr. Sweta Srivastava Malla

Assistant Professor Of Organizational Behavior, IIFT