The CIPD’s Best to good practice work and The future of talent in Malaysia 2035 report both highlight education as a key driver influencing future talent quality and quantity. Global education standards are improving and there's greater recognition and prioritisation of continued development and lifelong learning. We’ve also witnessed a rise in alternative, technology-enabled learning, including open universities, peer-to-peer learning platforms and bitesize, ‘on the go’ learning frameworks. However, talent gaps still exist and balancing business performance needs and learning and development remains a challenge for L&D practitioners.
How is quality of education driving change in your organisation? And how do you think quality of education will influence talent supply in the future world of work?
News article20 May, 2020
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