Who moved my skills?

The role of people professionals needs to adapt in order to successfully support continuous skills acquisition.

Who moved my skills?

With individuals facing numerous competing priorities, it is clear more needs to be done to communicate the value of continuous skills acquisition and facilitate a culture that supports the up-skilling and re-skilling of the workforce.

In this report, we seek to:

  • Provide organizations with data and statistics to allow an understanding of successful methods
  • Identify how the impact and role of the learning function is changing
  • Understand consumer learners and demonstrate positive examples of progress

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Towards Maturity

Towards Maturity

Towards Maturity was founded in 2003 with a mission to help learning professionals deliver effective learning innovation that makes a real impact.

Since joining Emerald in 2017, we've extended the reach and insight of this industry research program across the wider international learning community. Today, we serve more than 65,000 learners across more than 83 countries and counting.

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