Instead of adhering to a skills taxonomy that is carved in stone, companies must build out a strong foundational set of skills to create a learning environment that allows them to adapt as things change. Rather than trying to look into a crystal ball to divine future skills, they should be positioned to build those skills as the need arises.
Leadership is always challenging, but especially in difficult times of disruption like we are experiencing now.
Brandon Hall Group research shows that 80% of companies believe identifying future capabilities of the workforce is critical, but only 44% say they are effective at it.
It’s a New Year! Like most people this time of year puts us all into a mood for reflection on the coming opportunities. We like to look at every new…