Creating a Culture of Continuous Learning at the Workplace
India is facing a severe shortage of skilled workforce and embracing the culture of continuous learning is the need of the hour. The mantra for today is - Learn, unlearn, relearn, and repeat.
Continuous learning at the workplace can deliver the competitive edge organizations require for tomorrow. It is imperative for organizations to invest in L&D programmes and put in place metrics to measure ROI or effectiveness. This white paper explores some of the challenges and best practices when it comes to creating the required learning experiences for employees.
Leveraging occupational standards to drive skilling at scale
Have you ever wondered why all keyboards are QWERTY Keyboards? There was a time when all typewriter manufacturers had their own special formats. At some point, companies started aligning to the QWERTY keyboard.
As a result, all typists needed to operate on just one keyboard, getting trained became cheaper and easier, increasing the productivity.The list of the transformational impact of standards is long. In India, the framework of creating and using occupational standards has been set up and follows some of the best. practices from across the world.
NASSCOM Re-skilling Series The Journey of WNS
As WNS continues to progress in its digital transformation journey with an unwavering focus on its talent capabilities - which the company believes is a key element in its success.
The NASSCOM re-skilling series explores WNS's proven re-skilling mantras and the factors that make the company's digital transformation journey unique. WNS aims to re-skill about 30%of its workforce (~20,000 employees) over the next three years through a structured digital education program. Its approach to re-skilling and digital talent development is strategically customized, with the magnitude of focus changing with horizontal and vertical requirements.
NASSCOM Reskilling Series Genpact's Journey
Digital technologies are revolutionizing competitive dynamics across industries and the right partnerships are crucial to make game-changing impact.
The BPM industry has been thought of as the back-office of the world, doing necessary but unimaginative work. However, it has reimagined itself today, as technology changes the way we look at the world around us. From performing repeatable tasks to re-engineering processes to now transforming the end customer experience, BPM has had a fascinating evolution.
NASSCOM Reskilling Series I – Wipro’s Journey
Nowhere is the impact of the shifting digital landscape as visible as in India’s large IT services organisations that work with all the leading companies around the globe.
The pace and scale of digital disruption is compelling the Indian IT industry, to evolve talent development models in parallel to the changing business models. Through this reskilling series, NASSCOM explores how Wipro is driving learning transformation in the digitally transforming world.
BUILDING A GENDER-EQUAL TECH-FORCE
The Indian tech-force has indeed become one of the most essential levers of the country’s economic well-being.
However, has the IT-BPM sector utilized both male and female talent to the fullest and equally Or is the tech-world still just a man's world? Being relatively new, the sector has been able to implement forward-thinking initiatives and policies, and foster working cultures which has enabled both, attraction and retention of female talent. Women thus form a substantial portion of the IT-BPM sector, with a 35% share, which adds up to about 1.4 million1.
INDIA: THE ‘RISING TALENT CAPITAL OF THE WORLD
India is poised to become the ‘talent capital of the world’ with an uninterrupted economic growth.
But how well has the country fared in developing her human capital.India ranked 103 out of 130 countries in the Global Human Capital Report 2017 (an Index that measures the preparedness of a nation's talent to contribute to economic growth and productivity)2. To top it, according to the World Bank3, automation threatens 69% of the jobs inIndia and the country has a time window of two to three years, to bring about large-scale reskilling reforms.
NASSCOM Reskilling Series Tech Mahindra's Journey
No force can stop India’s labour force from driving country’s economic transformation, if it has the right set of skills to thrive in this technological revolution.
We have already come a long way in reshaping our workforce.The country boasts a digitally skilled employee base that accounts for approximately 75% of the global digital talent*. A large share of this success can be attributed to our IT industry, which has been actively working on re-engineering its 3.9 million-strong human resource base to meet the demands of a fast-transforming marketplace.
How can india master the fourth industrial revolution(41R)?
The insdustrial revolutions have been one of the most significant 'game-changuing' periods in Indian history.
Each of them have opened the country to new technologies,new style of thinking, new jobs and opportunities.India had resounding success as a textile manufacturing nation in the first industrial revolution. Asia;s first ever steam-powered cotton mill in the country made the Indian textile industryinternationally cometitve.
NASSCOM Reskilling Series EXL's Journey
Advancement in technology is creating tremendous value for companies in the BPM space. NASSCOM believes that the Indian BPM is positioned strongly to get the most out of this opportunity set.
The industry is offering end-to-end digital solutions, boosting its profitability and competitiveness.The sector continues to be the largest in the world, generating revenues close to $32.5bn with an employee strength of 1.2 million. The future is promising too as the sector is expected to become worth $50-$55 billion by 2025.
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