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Developing Digital Workforce Maturity in Your Organization

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Some companies now employ hundreds or even thousands of digital workers. How can an organization that's just starting out with automation get to that point? What's the maturity curve for a company that wants to build a digital workforce?

We live in a world of high expectations and quick returns, but to transform the way that organizations do business with human laborers versus digital laborers takes time and thoughtful analysis.

On this episode of Generation Digital Workforce, Matt Parsons, Practice Director at Blue Prism, discusses the organizational maturity curve that happens when moving to a digital workforce.

Here's what we talked with Matt about:

  • Five factors of organizational maturity when developing a digital workforce
  • The barriers preventing faster adoption of a digital workforce
  • Real-world examples of what digital workers can do
  • Where to start when transforming a business' workforce
  • Hyper Automation: What it is, when it's prevalent, why it comes into play

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