As technological advances put us in the ‘age of uncertainty’, one thing we know is that the profile of jobs is changing. Jobs that get added to the economy are non-routine cognitive ones. To develop people to perform in this environment and play a role in making the organization future-ready, there is a need to re-evaluate current learning trends and ground them in what we know about the challenges to come in future. This includes re-looking at trends in micro-learning, the role of long-term programs for the bottom 1/3rd of the organizational pyramid, among others.
Speaker: John Cherian, Executive Director and Co-Founder, Enparadigm