Corporations, institutions and governments know they must re-think and re-engineer their designs for learning, training and talent management to better prepare their staff to fully participate in an increasingly dynamic digital environment.
Educational institutions faced an unanticipated “virtual teaching and learning audit in 2020,” as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, and many struggled to address the challenge or seize the opportunity. A lack of focus on digital transformation, digital fluency of staff and the complexity of learner-facing support, produced the perfect storm.
Recent reports from OECD, the World Economic Forum and UNESCO provide insight for changes that will need to be implemented across all sectors in order to transition to a post-pandemic world. Priorities include the creation of a digital work ecosystem, the growing need to focus on up-skilling and re-skilling through continuous lifelong learning, and the need to forge sustainable and varied partnerships to catalyze and nurture networks and ideas.
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