How can we ensure that we and our co-workers cost-effectively acquire the new and better skills needed for success in a rapidly changing world? A timely assessment from the MIT Sloan Management Review tackles this thorny problem.
In the new world of work, we may not know for sure which jobs will be destroyed and what will be created, but one thing is clear: Everyone, whatever their age, will at some point have to spend time
- re-skilling which means learning new skills for a new position, or
- upskilling which means l.....