An organization's strategy is a derivative of their business model/ line of business/suite of products & services/the industry that it functions etc. The strategic decisions also includes the quantum and quality of resources needed by the enterprise and its people to deliver the products and services to their customers. From an employee perspective, it may be perceived that the organization is using old tools & techniques as it may not match with the aspirations of individual or their career path. There are lots of ways that an individual can plan future course of action.
If your current employer is reputed, well performing and having a good business model, my advice would be delve deep into the organization's business and understand it thoroughly, by reading the company's past history, talking to colleagues and preparing a SWOT( Strength, Weakness,Opportunities & Threats). This will lead you to understand the relevance of the technologies used. You can upskill and/or re skill based on future business needs. Every organization, even if currently outdated, will have to eventually move to the right skills, tools and technology.