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In our final episode of Series One, Emily Ramji chats to Janice Burns and Todd Tauber from D...
In our final episode of Series One, Emily Ramji chats to Janice Burns and Todd Tauber from Degreed about how organizations can develop a more coherent “skills” strategy. As organizations are forced to rapidly adapt to changing landscapes, the need to identify, develop and redeploy skills has never been greater. At the organizational level, accurate skills data enables strategic workforce planning and allows the company to successfully deliver its business plan. For individuals, how their skills are recognized, developed and used underpins employee experience, organizational culture, well-being, and performance and ultimately shapes their career.
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3.34: Why skill data and a holistic understanding of skills within organizations is so important
5.59: Is skills development an area of HR that is well developed and organizations are currently succeeding at or is it a new space?
8.26: How technology can enable organizations to better understand skillsets and be more agile in their ability to respond to disruption
14.05: Skills for performance enablement
18.30: Examples of organizations utilising skills for strategic workforce planning
22.24: Advice for those who are looking to re-shape their talent or internal mobility strategy
31.00: How organisations can use learning behaviours to drive higher employee engagement
39.00: The importance of continuous career development