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Digital

Upping your digital quotient level doesn't require you to be an expert in the latest finance technology. It reflects an awareness of applications, software and digital tools that are available to you, and how you make appropriate use of them. Keeping yourself up-to-date on the enabling potential of technological advances means that you are better connected to emerging possibilities, and more adaptable to ongoing change.

  1. I keep myself informed about the latest developments in digital technologies, like data–driven decision making and smart software, to assess opportunities for my clients and my organisation.

  2. I’m an accomplished user of business intelligence and data analytics.

  3. I’m aware of the new business risks that have arisen as a result of digitisation and I’ve reviewed process to account for cybersecurity risks.

  4. I can use digital technologies like social media and specialist software/services to improve collaboration and communication with stakeholders inside and outside my profession/department/organisation.

  5. I can help colleagues and/or clients to use specialist tools, systems and/or services to work more efficiently and effectively.