The nature of work is changing. As increased workplace automation, new business models and product modalities set the terms of work, your skilling strategy needs to adapt in order to bridge the gap between what is expected and what is delivered. To do that, the HR function needs to go beyond delivering compelling content and personalized learning formats. .
Their new role includes- teaching employees to learn ‘how to learn’, hand hold them through a real-time learning process, improve digital proficiency and align projects, experiences and developmental plans that will help develop the right capabilities. They also need to build agility and resilience as part of the learning process.
Businesses today need pointed insights, intelligent technology and a ‘dynamic skills’ approach to truly power through this transformative shift.
In this ‘Dynamic Workplace Dialogue’, we will explore how leading businesses and people leaders are thinking about rebooting their skilling strategy.
In this webcast by Oracle & People Matters, Join us as we discuss:
Human Resource Leader, Tata Realty
Sukhjit S Pasricha, President & Group CHRO, Kotak Mahindra Bank
India Leader, Global Capability Centres, KPMG
Head, HCM Strategy & Transformation, APAC, Oracle
Vice President, Capability Development, EXL Service
VP and Head – Talent Transformation, Wipro
CEO & Editor in Chief, People Matters
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