In The Digital Mindset, “What It Really Takes to Thrive in the Age of Data, Algorithms, and AI,” authors Paul Leonardi and Tsedal Neeley specify the categories of skills that you’ll need and what 30% competence looks like in each of those categories. Once you have achieved the 30%, you will have created the platforms from which you’ll start to think differently — to think digitally. In Part One of my interview with Paul Leonardi, we do a deep dive into the 30% Rule, discuss collaboration, second mind apps, and more!
Paul Leonardi, is the Duca Family professor of technology management at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Paul’s Co-author Tsedal Neeley is the Naylor FitzHugh professor of business administration at Harvard Business School — an award-winning scholar, teacher, and expert on virtual and global work.
My name is Peter Clayton. My focus on this channel is to provide a Total Picture of Innovation in HR Tech. TA Tech, Recruiting, Talent Acquisition, and Career Strategies.
The authors of The Digital Mindset focus on the following questions that many people have today regarding how to interact in a digital world question such as:
- How much technical capability do I need?
- Do I need to learn how to code?
- What do I need to know about algorithms?
- What do I need to understand about big data?
- How do I use digital tools effectively?
- What exactly is AI?
- Do I need to prepare to have a bot or robot on my team?
- How do I collaborate successfully when people are working remotely?
- What are the best ways to make sure my data and systems are secure?
- How do I develop skills to compete in a digital economy?
- Is digital transformation different from other transformations?
- How do I build a digital-first culture?
- Where do I start?
So, how will adopting a digital mindset future-proof you and your career? Let’s find out.