Work, the workforce, and the very notion of a “job” are all changing fast, thanks to accelerating technological innovation, digital disruption, and a groundswell of alternative workforce models. In response, organizations are searching for new ways to define the work required to execute strategies and generate value—and, subsequently, to develop workers and evaluate their contributions. Continue reading “Prediction: Nurturing capabilities will be as important as building skills”
Q&A from our Superjobs Dbriefs webinar
Participants in our Dbriefs webinars always ask great questions, but we often run out of time to address them. Our recent Superjobs Dbriefs was no exception—so many great questions, so little time. Superjobs are an evolving concept from our 2019 Global Human Capital Trends report, reflecting a future where work is reimagined to enable people and technology to work together in new ways. We previously covered a question about superjobs and remote work. Now we’d like to address a question that asked: How do you see training evolve when trying to prepare employees currently in traditional jobs to be ready for superjobs?