Digital products have become an integral part of everyday life. We use our smartphones not solely to call other people but to plan, organised and cope with our digital life. Nowadays, in some professions, it is possible to work from home and have more flexibility because of digital technology. Smart home products transformed how we live. Also, organisations are still in a process of converting, using and applying the information in a digital format.
In today’s episode, we will focus on the digitisation of social enterprises that provide social services for people in need of care. In particular, for social workers, it is of paramount importance to establish direct relations with their clients and they also need committed support from the human beings they care for. Can this special relationship be digitised? All I know so far is, that this is a big, if not the biggest questions in this profession right now. In this episode, let us start to remedy this deficit. I will start with a short introduction to the digitisation in social work and educational institutions before we move on to one important aspect; the development of digital literacy skills. Last, but not least, we will also explore a strategic mindset that we will call “digital leadership”.
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