There's often a wide gap between a company's strategy and business goals and the skills it will take to get them there. New technologies and their digital capabilities are accelerating so quickly, there's a risk that a majority of the current workforce is underprepared to help companies achieve their goals.
According to PwC's 23rd Annual Global CEO Survey, 79% of CEOs surveyed said they're concerned their organizations won't have the digital skills needed to meet the demands of emerging roles. The solution is to focus on preparing for the future by adopting a mindset that can improve employee experience in ways that grow the people you have and attract the top talent to your organization.
For a lot of companies, growing talent means trying to close skill gaps with upskilling programs, but more than 80% of those companies aren't gaining traction. They're not seeing a reduction in skill gaps or in the mismatch between the talent they have and the skills they need. One core reason: most companies don't have a clear
understanding of the skills their workers already have compared with the skills they'll need to help the organization succeed in the future. So the gap widens even as learning chiefs invest in new programs and employees sign up for them.
About This Report
Where the traditional skill-gap analysis and recruitment fall short
A dynamic approach to closing the skills gap
ProEdge: An upskilling platform for your entire organization
Plan: A deeper dive into the first step
How does Plan determine where your gaps lie?
Published by ProEdge is the revolutionary way to upskill your people and prepare your organization for tomorrow. This first-of-its-kind platform allows you to pinpoint critical skill gaps and effectively close them with automatically generated personalized learning pathways. The very best in curated content, coursework and hands-on learning lets your workforce make an immediate impact at scale. ProEdge enables your people to perform at their highest levelâ€”giving them the power to transform your entire organization.