With AI alone generating over 2.3 million jobs worldwide by 2020, India's ambition to carve a niche for itself in an increasingly AI-driven world is becoming a reality. Let’s take a closer look at how AI revolution is impacting Indian jobs and the workforce.
The findings of a study indicate that a majority of CEOs in the Asia-Pacific region are struggling to keep up with the pace of digital disruptions and believe that up to half their leadership team doesnt have the right mindset to deal with change.
A Gartner study shows that only 7 percent to 18 percent of the organizations around the world possess the digital dexterity to adopt new ways of work solutions such as virtual collaboration and mobile workforce.
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A “one size fits all” approach to learning and development does not work and puts business performance and innovation at risk. Organizations are transmuting to adapt and oblige to evolving changes and demands that exhibit in every business function. But there is a significant disconnect between the supply and demand of skills at the workplace.