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Interview: How to structure IT skills to future-proof your business

Future-proofing isn't just about skills said Vinutha Rao, Senior Vice President at HCL Technologies in an exclusive interview.




Future-proofing in today's fast-paced world involves more than just acquiring new skills; It means understanding how businesses are evolving, the changing market trends, geopolitical shifts, and their impact on work processes said Vinutha Rao, Senior Vice President at HCL Technologies in an exclusive interview.  To achieve this, one must align business objectives with individual aspirations and prioritise continuous learning as a necessity, not an option.

Identifying the right skills for future-proofing is essential but can be challenging due to the ever-changing tech landscape. It's crucial to align with the business strategy, collaborate across teams, and structure a framework that fits the organisation. Moreover, considering factors like agility and adaptability is vital.

Creating a culture of continuous learning is pivotal for success. Leaders should set an example by constantly learning and encouraging others to do the same. Organisations should provide a flexible learning environment with the necessary tools, infrastructure, and personalised learning journeys. Furthermore, having an internal mobility system helps nurture and retain skills. Lastly, fostering a sense of community and knowledge sharing is key to staying ahead in the ever-evolving tech landscape.

In this conversation, she covers:

  • Why aligning business objectives with individual aspirations is crucial
  • How continuous learning should be treated as a necessity, not an option
  • The role of Collaboration and framework development in skill alignment
  • The need to create a culture of continuous learning is pivotal to success
  • Building a sense of community and knowledge sharing is crucial for staying relevant.

 

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Topics: Talent Management, Learning & Development

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