Articles Tagged With reskilling
The $8.5 trillion dollar skills gap: How learning leaders must address it through talent and tech
The largely reported 85-million-person talent deficit by 2030 highlights the role that future human talent will play alongside technology that replaces bad jobs and helps upskill and reskill workers in the future of work.
The Reskilling Revolution versus the ‘clay layer’
A Reskilling Revolution is a necessary and noble goal, but its execution will collide with populations that are not prepared for change and do not view lifelong learning as key to their future success.
We can’t ‘flow of work’ our way into the future
No matter how much learning in the flow of work we enable, there will always be limits. The flow of work will never allow enough space for the future of work.
Little “e” education: Think small to meet today’s enormous challenges
With unemployment soaring, many people will need to completely retool or earn new credentials to regain employment — and very short-term training has the ability to equip them with the skills, behaviors and knowledge needed. Postsecondary education has the know-how to step up to meet this immediate need and to help individuals understand how to translate new skills into longer-term prosperity.
Navigating semantics and skills: reskilling vs. upskilling
It’s become easy — and common — to use “reskilling” and “upskilling” interchangeably. But they are, in fact, different.
Reskilling in the age of AI requires EQ
Many of your employees are likely fearful about the advancement of AI and the rapid rate of technological evolution. This is where the onus falls on you to tie the reskilling process to team members’ professional development.
The Workplace Self-Training Paradigm
Some responsibility for L&D has shifted from employer to worker.
Learning Mission Launch
Challenges for learning are among the greatest in the executive suite.
Survey Says: Your Employees Want Coaching and Mentoring
Learners across all generations prefer a range of tools and delivery methods.
Investing in an Automated Future
Employers recognize that technological advances like AI and automation will require employees with new skills. Why are so few investing in the necessary learning?