StewBeans writes: New research from IDG and MIT Sloan suggests that there's a chicken-and-egg conundrum going on when it comes to digital technology skills gaps. On one side, over half of large enterprises expect to experience a skills gap as they look to implement new digital technologies, like cloud computing and mobile. On the other hand, filling those gaps may prove difficult because the brightest technology workers want to work with companies that are digitally mature. So, what comes first? Digital transformation, or the business-savvy technologists needed to achieve it? In this article, six IT experts discuss digital tech skills gaps they are currently facing, and how they are attracting the talent they need to succeed in the digital economy.