Talent and Skills, CHRO

Reinvent HR, talent and skills for the digital platform era
HR transformation begins with optimizing workforces, attracting and retaining top employees, and improving communication and engagement.

The enterprise guide to closing the skills gap

While digital skills remain important, soft skills have surpassed them in importance for executives around the world. The half-life of skills continues to shrink, while the time it takes to close a skills gap has ballooned. Executives must find ways to stay ahead of skills relevancy. Executives recognize that advances in intelligent automation will significantly impact the workforce. Millions of workers may require retraining/reskilling, and most executives surveyed don’t believe their country is prepared.

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