Supporting Employees in the Changing Business World: Intellum Framework

24 JANUARY – Business education initiatives are rapidly adapting to the demands of modern employees. A recent Ladders report found that over a quarter of professional jobs in the US will be fully remote by the end of the year. This trajectory is compounded by the current industry standard of employees with basic digital skills training, everywhere from administration to cyber-security.

These factors, which are essential in developing a prepared workforce, are what businesses are struggling to integrate into their education programs. A 2014 survey from DecisionWire found, amongst one-million employees from various fields, that nearly one-third of line-level managers felt that they lacked the information required to do their job effectively. In contrast, 78% of mid-level managers said they did have the required information. These findings highlight a discrepancy of knowledge when it comes to internal business practices.

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