Public sector organisations around the globe are investing more resources in driving digital change for their organisations. The biggest challenge they face is pinpointing and prioritising the key developments and opportunities that will deliver digital success.
Digital by Default News has been granted ten places on the ADBL Digital Business programme for public sector leaders – both current and future – and we’re extending the invitation to our readers.
There’s space for ten not-for-profit future leaders to join the exclusive intake on the Diploma in Digital Business Leadership: a 26-week online programme, condensed into just 4 hours per week. The programme is designed to equip the public sector with the correct skills, knowledge and mindset to drive future digital success. For these ten successful applicants, 50 per cent of the course fees will be funded.
The ADBL’s Digital Business programme equips organisations in the public sector with the skills needed to make a digital impression. You’ll get immediately applicable insights, tips, case studies, and action plans for inspirational digital leaders around the globe – including Thomas Bryant, UK Government Senior Digital Skills Advisor.
To apply for one of the places, confirm your interest here. We hope to see you on the course soon.
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