Can businesses do without online learning libraries today?

| November 10, 2019

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The world of work is changing and fast. Given today’s rapidly evolving technological landscape, businesses are scrambling to upgrade their service or product portfolio to gain a competitive edge, while focusing on enhancing the skill set of their workforce to address the widening skills gap brought upon by new and emerging technologies like automation, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Blockchain and so on. Especially in a country like India, one of the fastest-growing world economies, the need to reskill and upskill employees has never been so ardent. According to the International Monetary Fund, India’s economy is expected to expand 7.5% in FY2020, and 7.7% in FY2021, with more than 12 million employable youth (between ages 15-29) expected to storm the Indian labor force per year over the next two decades.

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