New digital literacy and human capital â€“ paradigm for successful adaptation and competitiveness in the fourth industrial revolution
Keywords:digital literacy; the fourth industrial revolution; human capital
Basic features of the digital age and their impact on human capital are presented. The paradigms of the contemporary business environment and the opposite perspectives on the future are summarized: fear â€“ abundance. The analysis of the different opinions of the authors surveyed on digital literacy leads to the identifi cation of 5 key complementary perspectives. A model is presented by which organizations can evaluate their overall digital literacy status.
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