While tech fluency often involves learning key tech skills like cloud computing, data, and AI, it’s mainly about creating a continuous culture of learning. When your organization becomes tech fluent, they possess the knowledge needed to evolve your organization, take advantage of new technologies, and speed ahead of the competition.
A successful tech fluency program should impact everyone in an organization, regardless of department, seniority, or tenure. Build tech fluency into your organization as early on as the hiring process. When you interview candidates, look for learning mindsets, not just tech skills. Do they have a basic understanding of the technology? If not, are they able, and willing, to learn?