Your Staff, Not Technology, Will Set Your Company Apart
If one person doesn’t adapt (or even try to)—whether to digital media or new manufacturing technologies that improve quality, speed and costs—and is not contributing to the company’s growth, that person is holding the company back from its full potential. That can be the kiss of death, as your competitors race to the finish line.
Look around your company or department. Are you and the company investing in your staff’s training and development? Some will adapt on their own, of course. But many publishing companies today are operating at minimum capacity, and executives are simply trying to forge ahead with their heads down and their eyes forward, just to get the job done. So, where is the time to learn about new technologies, not to mention develop innovative programs or projects that utilize them?
You can have access to the best technology available, but if you don’t prepare your staff to take advantage of it, it’s all for naught.