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Institutionalized learning is becoming a thing of the past.
In order to innovate or remain relevant, both organizations and people must adopt a culture of continuous learning. This is inevitable, given the fast-paced technology developments that include Artificial Intelligence (AI), Automation etc.
Subject expertise and skills would require continuous learning iterations irrespective of any industry, service or trade a person represents. It would become imperative of organizations to include learning centers within their premises, where 10% of their workforce will be subjected to learning at any given time. Independent contractors and freelancers would also be expected to upskill themselves as projects demand.
Continuous learning, will be needs specific, ranging from few days to months. A continuous learning environment would also imply that people won’t remain with specific designations as the workforce would be adapting to changing work responsibilities – be it in-house or contract. This trend has already begun.
Bottom-line: Continuous learning and adaptive designations will become two forces that influence each other moving forward.
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