Skill Acquisition vs Talent Acquisition: Breaking the myths
People Matters and Simplilearn conducted a research which reveals how L&D teams across different sectors are designing innovative learning models for re-skilling and up-skilling existing talent.
Digital transformation is progressing at a phenomenal pace, and the demand for skilled digital professionals far outweigh the availability. The pressing issue for L&D teams remains figuring out the most efficient and cost-effective way to scout and integrate these digital experts seamlessly into their organization.
People Matters and Simplilearn conducted a research earlier in August to understand the strategies implemented by the L&D function to bridge the talent gap in their organizations. The study reveals how L&D teams across different sectors are designing innovative learning models for re-skilling and up-skilling existing talent. More crucially, the study also reveals certain myths about the digital age.
The webinar looks to bust these myths, present a more accurate reality:
Myth 1: Talent Acquisition is an indispensable approach to success in the digital age
Myth 2: Return on Investment from L&D Initiatives is tough to quantify
Myth 3: Even if the business needs change, there is no compelling need to recalibrate L&D framework