Delivering digital skills: a guide to preparing the workforce for an inclusive digital economy
- Document type
- Orlik, Jack
- Date of publication
- 25 April 2018
- Trends: economic, social and technology trends affecting business
- Business and management
- Material type
Around the world, governments have begun to recognise the urgent need for adults to have better access to learning throughout their careers to ensure that they don’t get left behind, and are able to reap the rewards of digitalisation.
This guide has been created to help policymakers who have been tasked with finding ways to upskill the workforce.
It shares nine steps to preparing the workforce for digital transformation, and 10 case studies that show skills provision in practice.
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