Digital technology is the heart of the modern economy. Digital skills are then the reference point for many firms and workers. This means that employees should have skills to face change and at the same time have excellent technical preparation. Innovation and competitiveness of organizations are guided by today’s skills, the so-called twenty-first century digital skills (DS). In this paper we analyze the DS related to the digital transformation in an Italian firm operating in the manufacturing sector, observing that DS are not adequately distributed among the firm departments. In particular, the desiderata (job descriptions) seem often not aligned with the expectations of the managers (interviews).
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