Automation makes reskilling and the war for talent front and center to business success. Organizations recognize the need for a workforce that can reskill at a pace in order to adapt to rapidly shifting market forces.
To take full advantage of these opportunities, intelligent, focused and flexible training and re-training is essential to maintain a workforce in sync with new business paradigms. In addition, to identify where to focus their learning effort and budget, organizations require enhanced qualitative insight into what, where and how to re-skill.
It is also paramount that learning and education reaches beyond just employees to an entire ecosystem that includes suppliers, vendors, contractors and contingent workers. This ensures that an organization’s vision and product thinking percolates through its ecosystem to provide a unified market effort.
The learning value proposition should be directed by the principles of your HR and talent value proposition, combining a process first approach with design thinking to deliver an engaged learner experience and business outcomes.