The world of work has been undergoing significant transformation for quite some time now, propelled by the impact of disruption, such as demographic shifts, technological advancements, and changes in job roles.
According to a report by the World Economic Forum, by 2030, more than one billion people will require some reskilling, emphasizing advanced technological skills and specialized interpersonal abilities.
Looking ahead to 2023, upskilling and reskilling will become even more critical to the success of an organization. Maintaining a consistent focus on upskilling and reskilling will help achieve greater operational productivity and success, positioning the organization for sustained growth and competitive advantage.
Download the HR Research Institute’s research paper, produced in collaboration with Infopro Learning, to discover:
- Significance of upskilling and reskilling at present and in the foreseeable future
- Key drivers of upskilling and the challenges that hinder its effectiveness
- Top five most effective methods used for upskilling
- Percentage of jobs that emerging market and technology developments will impact
- Effect of upskilling on business performance
- Various approaches used to assess the effectiveness of upskilling and learning in general
- Best practices that organizations use when designing learning processes
- Areas where organizations will focus their efforts to support upskilling in the next three years
- Gaps in the use of technology to drive efficient and effective learning
- Ways in which successful L&D organizations differ from others