How are organisations improving their skills?
Organisations are transforming their workforce to drive productivity, innovation and growth. Upskilling is the key. It's all about anticipating the right skills for the future, laying the cultural foundations, providing modern training programmes and building a learning and development function with the right technology in order to provide a much better return on investment from upskilling.
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How does PwC reach people who are in danger of being left behind?
The digital divide is a significant problem worldwide and will only widen if we fail to develop the right skills, both for those who are currently excluded and for new generations. We try to reach the target groups whose need is greatest:
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How can business leaders, governments and institutions work together to resolve this complex issue?
Solutions to the challenge of upskilling must be developed at local, regional and national level. No organisation can do this alone.
Government leaders and policy makers need to ensure that they have the knowledge to encourage debate on the future of technology and regulations and to involve the public. Institutions, such as educational institutions, need to transform themselves digitally and at the same time offer services that are future-proof.
Read more about PwC's involvement in the Luxembourg Digital Skills Bridge project, a government-led initiative that brought together stakeholders from business, trade unions, and training providers to provide a comprehensive national solution for developing employee skills.
The need for upskilling is a complex issue for which decision-makers - educators, business leaders and national, regional and local government officials - have to work together to find a solution.
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