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Your org can’t get the full value out of your technology investments unless you
Other tech leaders agree.
500 tech leaders
In fact, we surveyed over
about their own data-backed, human-supported initiatives and where they’ve found success.
91% of tech leaders believe implementing new technologies in their organization requires continual investments in talent and business processes.
Organizations that don’t continuously support these initiatives found that their anticipated ROI for investments in tech fell short.
Tech leaders faced varying degrees of bottlenecks—all of which could be solved through data-backed, human-supported initiatives.
Why did the investment fall short?
was ranked as one of the most
When it comes to shipping new code faster, attrition was ranked as one of the most significant roadblocks; specifically, attrition that limits developer bandwidth and reduces institutional knowledge.
Upskilling reduces attrition:
• Tech leaders realize that withholding upskilling opportunities from employees is just setting them up
for success at another organization.
• 77% of leaders overall indicated that upskilling is extremely effective at improving employee retention.
• IT managers indicate that skills gaps are the biggest risk to organizations. In other words, investing in upskilling is absolutely critical.
leaving the organization
are at a higher risk of burnout and of eventually
A holistic approach to investing in your teams through data-backed, human-supported initiatives will help you:
• Cut onboarding times
• Fill roles and cultivate skills necessary to meet
• Deliver better products on time
• Create best-in-class, future-proficient talent
that wants to stay at your org, reducing attrition
By continually investing in data-backed,
human-supported initiatives, your organization
will have the talent and mobility to adapt to
the uncertain future.
Here’s what we found: