The Future of Skills and the Digital Society
As the world races towards greater digitisation, new and disruptive forms of engaging with technology are becoming commonplace in many parts of our lives – including in our work and careers. Digital skills are now essential in every sector, and the ability of organisations to foster continued learning in the workplace will prove crucial in future-proofing career paths – and ensuring business health and longevity.
The Digital Society series will explore how trends in digital adoption are impacting the acquisition of skills, how organisations are responding to change and what the future of skills has in store for businesses and individuals. We will also consider what the COVID-19 outbreak has taught us about the importance of long-term skills development.
The Future of Skills and the Digital Society – Explore our reports and opinions
Webinar Recording: How to Transform People’s Skills in a Digital Society
Listen to our exclusive expert’s talk from Thursday 8 October 2020 to hear from 4 different organisations on how they are tackling skills transformation within their businesses and the importance being future proof.
Webinar recording: The Changing Skills Landscape
Listen to our exclusive panel event from Monday 29 June 2020 to hear from leading experts on how the skills landscape is fast evolving, what factors are affecting it and what this means in a post COVID-era and in our ever growing digital society.
The Future of Skills – News and Views
Atos’ AI experts take part in global challenge to study Covid-19 behavior
April 16, 2020
Atos is taking part in the ‘Covid-19 Dataset Challenge’, an international competition hosted on online community Kaggle asking AI researchers to apply machine learning tools and techniques to help provide answers to key questions about the virus
High praise for Aeon’s Reverse Mentoring pilot programme
February 25, 2020
Supporting the Aeon Network’s ethos of development opportunities for all individuals regardless of age, we’ve recently piloted a reverse mentoring programme. Traditional mentoring can be an extremely valuable tool for personal development. However, the younger person in the…
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Head of Culture & Transformation, Northern Europe, Atos