Digital leadership is the capability of individuals to lead and manage digital initiatives within a business. It involves understanding how to use digital tools and technologies to drive innovation, achieve business objectives, and create value for customers and stakeholders.
Beginner competence definition
Beginner-level individuals are able to perform basic tasks such as understanding digital leadership concepts and principles, identifying digital opportunities and challenges, and collaborating with stakeholders. They also have a basic understanding of digital tools and technologies that can be used for leadership.
Intermediate competence definition
Intermediate individuals have a deeper understanding of digital leadership tools and frameworks. They can use advanced digital tools and technologies such as data analytics and project management software to drive digital initiatives within a business. They can also develop and implement digital strategies that align with business objectives and effectively communicate these strategies to stakeholders.
Advanced competence definition
At an advanced level, professionals have an expert understanding of digital leadership tools and technologies. They can develop and implement complex digital strategies that involve creating and scaling disruptive digital initiatives which bring value to customers and stakeholders. They also have a deep understanding of emerging digital technologies and can identify and evaluate opportunities for innovation. We’ve found their strong leadership and communication skills allows them to lead teams of digital professionals to achieve business objectives related to digital leadership. Their knowledge in digital leadership industry trends enables them to recommend and implement best practices to ensure effective leadership using digital tools and technologies.