Only 7% of Fortune 500 executives believe they can retain their high-potential employees (HiPos). CEOs are worried about whether they will have the right leaders to tackle future challenges, and they’re looking at HR and talent development for answers.
In the digital age, both employees and customers are more aware and connected and an integral part of the value chain. It is important for L&D to be up to date with market trends and disruptors to the business.
With businesses facing ever increasing threat of modern disruptions, workplace learning takes even more importance to help organisations face new challenges.
Digital disruption has been finding its way rather aggressively into the L&D space. As L&D professionals, how do we manage the tsunami of change that is the daily reality of workplace learning?
Reductions in training budgets have increased skills gaps, decreased economic growth and is killing bottom lines around the world.
In today’s digital economy, where every industry and every vertical is facing digital disruption, organizations who seek to claim a winning position enable their people with the skills they need to transform their roles for the future.
Disruption is, in some ways, both a tale as old as time and an increasingly banal everyday phenomenon.