To keep up with the pace of change, we will need to adapt more quickly, learn faster and develop new skills and competencies.
The word has been word out for years, many of us simply didn’t want to hear it – now that we have been thrown into the digital age, what does it take to succeed?
In our talk “Skilling for the future – what we need to know”, we shed a light on these questions:
- To what extent will new technologies impact our ways of working and work in itself?
- In all volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity, what skills and competencies do we need?
- How do we de-compose and re-compose work to match new business realities?
- How do we develop a culture of curiosity, exploring and learning?
- How do we deal with skill shortage and the demografic shift that will worsen in the years to come?
- How do we “lead with the work” to understand which skills will be rendered obsolete, transformed in their application or demanded?
- Digital transformation hinges on the upskilling/reskilling of the workforce, how can we explicitly draw the connections between strategic ambition and the specific skills required of our talent?