Today’s business world is in constant flux. It requires continuous upskilling and reskilling focused on growth and creativity. As our world evolves, technology, AI and automation will reshape the traditional jobs that exist today.
Right now, the World Economic Forum expects more than half the global workforce will need significant training and development over the next five years.
We have been exploring the changing trajectories across education, skills and employment, sharing views of some of the leading experts and brightest minds to help us better understand how to cultivate a culture of lifelong learning and how to keep pace with the ever-evolving nature of work.
Future of learning
We find ourselves on the cusp of a fourth industrial revolution. Intimidating as it may sound, it’s also immensely exciting: with the rapid pace of technological development, the future we face holds almost infinite possibilities. To get a clearer idea of what lies ahead of us, it’s worth taking a step back to look at some of the macro trends changing our world. Listen to Oli Freestone, our Head of Institute discuss the future of learning.