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A lot of jobs that are extremely bound up in routine, end up as the first to get the nod towards automation. This could lead to mass retrenchment of job opportunities, but could also provide scope for further corporate training sessions that will focus on up skilling. The right up skilling measures require a deep understanding of business analytics and the data used for it involving insights on employment prospects, skills and tasks. Six steps have been identified in this entire chain. First of all, the situation needs to be analyzed and understood. Then, one has to design a skills plan. The third step is to assess individually the skill levels of the employees present already. Then one needs to match the right jobs, and engage the workers accordingly. The specific training is the fifth step, followed by administering the entire project and monitoring it to ensure the desired results are achieved.

Source:https://www.strategy-business.com/feature/A-strategists-guide-to-upskilling?gko=0bb8b

Uploaded Date:31 March 2020

Due to the enforced work break as a result of the corona virus outbreak, there is ample scope now for online learning. For this, one needs to start off by deciding on some online management training programme. The leadership needs to work on motivating employees to take up such courses for self- development. It is also essential that people get to understand the software to be used. This will help ensure that these training sessions may be accessed by all. Some amount of leeway still needs to be provided for those who aren’t well. The managerial staff too needs to chip in by boosting their team members’ motivation levels. A timeline has to be curated for all to follow, as this will inculcate a sense of seriousness.

Source:https://innovationexcellence.com/blog/2020/03/30/7-strategies-for-online-learning-during-the-coronavirus-outbreak/

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Up- skilling is the need of the hour, as several CEOs have testified in the 23rd Annual Global CEO Survey, published by auditor PwC. One of the ways to do so is by changing the conversation, to elicit interest in other topics. Due corporate training needs to take place with the existing workforce. A system of transparency needs to be followed all across the organizational chain. The key foundational issues will need to be addressed at the root. Education should not mean merely the possession of degrees, but continuous learning needs to be encouraged. An Executive MBA for instance may be the right approach to take this on. Greater degree of flexibility needs to be incorporated at work. Redundant activities must be automated without delay. One needs to plan for the growth of the entire company, and not merely in silos. This will also help make the complex work, easier to execute. All changes need be implemented right from the very top.

Source:https://www.strategy-business.com/pictures/10-CEO-perspectives-on-upskilling?gko=e2d38

Uploaded Date:28 January 2020

Due to the ways in which the business world has changed, the meaning of education and learning has evolved too. As the churn of technology gets even pacier, it is now time for management training to be no longer a one- time, during onboarding, but indeed a lifetime process. One way to start the same is by peer- to- peer learning. The concept of Reverse Mentoring was perfected by Jack Welch, when at GE. There, an informal network of Knowledge Gurus was curated. Another style is of course through the help of technology through blogs, e- learning platforms and lot more. Learning and Development leaders need to understand how to connect the dots at each stage. Adaptive learning will be even more thorough if used with AI (Artificial Intelligence) and ML (Machine Learning).

Source:https://www.peoplematters.in/blog/guest-article/lifelong-learning-connecting-the-dots-23884

Uploaded Date:21 December 2019

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