Video: Staying on top of the functional skills – What can L&D leaders learn


Staying on top of the functional skills – What can L&D leaders learn

An organizations future vision clearly indicates the skills required for tomorrow. Hear this panel discussion on how can L&D can beef-up for this future need, today!
  1. In this panel discussion during L&D annual conference, highly experienced leaders share their thoughts on how functional expertise will remain the cornerstone of learning and that L&D should focus on customers to identify the functional skills required. An organization is as capable as its talent and hence L&D needs to take the baton to make organizations future-ready. Some of the leading organizations are now focusing on the customer experience, technology and changing business models to define their training needs while at the same time they are also treating learners as their consumers.


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