Digital Divide Data Helps Disadvantaged and Poor Young Adults

551 WordsJan 30, 20182 Pages
DIGITAL DIVIDE DATA Digital Divide Data (DDD) is a not-for profit organization with a social function of helping the poor and the disadvantaged young adults in the society have access to data entry and digitization knowledge. DDD is specialized in Information Technology outsourcing. This would help them be self-reliant and provide the basic needs they require in life. However, many constraints are facing the organization and therefore it has to set strategies for survival (Anju and Grete, 2009). The current HR challenges facing DDD are that it is difficult for DDD to compete for and attract local management talent due to lack of enough financial resources to pay them. DDD also had difficulties in retaining its internally trained managers and high performing operators. Since Cambodia’s IT sector was rapidly growing, the highly trained professionals/managers could easily move out of DDD and the get absorbed elsewhere and get much higher salaries compared to what they were being paid while working for DDD. Therefore, the main human resource challenge was that it was hard to find skilled managers and that they were very expensive owing to the high demand. The main business goal for DDD is offering data entry and digitization services and Information Technology Outsourcing. The strategic choices facing DDD include engaging in organic growth, partnership/joint venture with a local entrepreneur, through social franchising, partnering with an international organization and

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