Learning is the Key to Transformation

The working world moves fast. The half life of a learned skill is five years. The average lifespan of the commercial software used by workers is between six to eight years. Devices start becoming obsolete in three years. Risks, industries, and social pressures are constantly in flux, so it’s not surprising that one of the most valuable skills for organizations is agility.

Last year, the ability of companies to transform was tested in so many ways. Between the pandemic, protests, and other changes, every organization and every individual was forced to change in some way. We’re not coming out of the pandemic the same as we went in — many businesses pivoted to address new needs, and many workers found themselves in new roles or working from home. And, of course, training programs changed too, with in-person learning going remote and new training priorities displacing the old ones.

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