Addressing the Skills Gap: Taking a Comprehensive Approach to Upskilling and Reskilling

The fundamental view of how skills fit into the business landscape is changing. Key trends include a shortened shelf life of learned skills, shifting skills due to technology disruption, and a pure lack of available talent. On a global level, skills shortages are predicted in a variety of industries while hiring talent externally costs businesses a considerable amount more than it does to train someone inside the business. Read this white paper to learn why taking a comprehensive approach to upskilling and reskilling is critical to address the growing skills gap.

Reskilling and Upskilling: A Strategic Response to Changing Skill Demands

The 2018 Future of Jobs Report from the World Economic Forum predicts that 75 million jobs will be displaced by 2022 in 20 major economies. At the same time, 133 million new roles are expected to be created, driven by advances in technology and continuous digital transformation.

As demand for new capabilities gathers pace, reskilling and upskilling can enable your organization to develop the skills needed to remain competitive.