The existing skill gap has made it evident that learning is no longer just a competitive advantage but a competitive necessity. Digital transformation has permeated every industry and education is no exception. For the past decade or so, there has been a silent revolution in the sector driven primarily by students and organizations. With changing times, always-on learning and continuous improvement is slowly but surely becoming the new norm. Inability to stay abreast of these changes causes organizations to regress and eventually fail to exist in the market. Lisa Borden, Partner and Head of ANZ, ISG was the moderator of the discussion that included client speakers like Tony Baird, CTO of Vodafone, Jonathon Alloway, CTO, Temasek and industry leader Warwick Dawson, Senior Director, Education, UNSW. This panel offered the academic and enterprise perspective on how learning has evolved over time and the ways to secure learning in an age of digital transformation.
We often hear that talent is the number one asset, but we hear it so much that we lose belief.