By offering affordable and even free IT training, employers and education providers are equalizing opportunities for Americans, regardless of race, gender or socioeconomic factors.
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Rather than worrying about how long it will take for life to return to “office buildings and lecture halls normal,” let’s consider what it would be like if we nourished the new normal of digitization.
If your organization is like most, you’re spending more and more each year on agile training. Sadly, you may be wasting your money.
Businesses need technology to keep their operations running effectively but, with an increasing lack of talent to operate them, are in danger of falling into a void where they simply can’t find the skilled workers they need.
In the workplace, we use many tools to communicate, such as email, instant messaging and conference calls. When using these kinds of technologies, we risk creating communication silos and breakdowns when we don’t use them the right way.
Today’s businesses are increasingly recognizing the significance of soft skills. These skills encompass a variety of abilities that can teams improve productivity, accomplish projects more quickly and thoroughly, and increase engagement and retention.
Last month, Forbes released its 2019 30 Under 30 List for Europe, and the number of people on the list for their work in the training industry demonstrates the global recognition of the importance of professional development.
With the pace of innovation and progression of technology, it’s crucial for IT employees to be able to refresh their skills to keep up with a changing market.