Future Agenda, an open-source think tank and advisory firm, has published an update on their project “Future of work, employability and digital skills”. The update summarises the outcomes from 20 workshops and 150 interviews with over 400 experts from academia, business and government over the last 12 months. These took place primarily across Europe, but also include views from the US and South East Asia. The report identifies 50 key insights for the next decade on this critical topic and prioritises 10 key shifts that are expected to have greatest impact over the next decade. The top 3 of these are: 1) Building Digital Skills, 2) Reinventing Roles and 3) Developing Soft Skills. A final report is expected to be published later this year.
“Future of work, employability and digital skills” project update published
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