fascinating framing of skilling challenge in 2020s - singapore seems to be one of places that cares most to help everyone upskill with careful lifelong learning solutions
Skilling the Global Workforce weforum jan 2021
Speakers: Rahul Kanwal, Alain Dehaze, Guy Ryder, Salil S. Parekh, Josephine Teo, Dharmendra Pradhan, Saadia Zahidi
under construction - micro-transcript of above video
josephine teo singapore : 2 decades ago , singapore started focusing on continuous education/learning; in 2015 nationwide skills future movement ownership lifelong learning- over last 12 months employers big role- people more motivated if they can see how put new skills to wiok- eg our finance sector mapped all job roles in sector asked how ai etc would change sector in 3 years- thousands of people reskilled - transformed tillers into digital capabilities - employers win-win when train rather than headhunt- get business transformation and upskill every type of work -
question -what can other countries learn from you? - 1)-need to try best to save every worker's future - long tail focus needed on those with low digital skill now- new incentives for displaced workers to growing sectors; transiting to gov schemes that hiring those changing over-
- 2) cant rely solely on employers- but must prevent mismatch of individuals training up- professional conversion program - tailored to this looking at 30 sectors in changing job roles - 7/10 who changed got higher wages- importance gov smart on this
-question - gender equality- we need to work on culture - girls need right role models on stem-- even so big question on care giving - is your society ready to demand males do more on care giving?
salil parekh infosys india-you look at lead edge of india tech skilling- make sure every employee has access - expand to clients- expands to engineering students-
platform lex over 1000 courses used by over 300k employees and similar number of employees of top 30 partnering clients- original focus on engineering courses but now have second branch creative design skills
now free version to be used by million of students - question you have unique capacity to scale- are you collab with gov on this; answer our objective make it available as much as it needs to be used at any gov level - we have started with every student- can cluster by skills demand that eg gov can specify - eventually anyone scan use - question do your ideas apply to non-engineering sectr- its a critical question - our 2 foci tech, design and visualisation - this is small but growing area for us- society will need other platforms than our foci .. need to see examples round world on this
d pradhan minister petroleum/ india's challenge skilling people entering workforce- in india 25 mn new people joining workforce every year; how - new edu policy2020- reskilling, upskilling - pandemic opportunity - new skilling opportunity - digital fintech expanding as sectors - needs skilled workforce; q is gov :"skillindia" keeping up with edtech? -trying to create public momentum- india example- leading telecentre to calafornia e-- service sectors
alain dehaze addeco (hq switzerland world number 2 human resourcefirm)
-worlds largest recruiter view - active in 56+ countries- helping 2 million find job - alain says crucial individual employers gov tripartite engagemnt specific choices - individuals need to stay attractive on labor market- you lose 40% of skills every 3 years- thats why lifelong learining call individual- we tell emploters not to protect jobs but invest in emplyability- skills needed 3-5 years time - add study skill up a person in ft sech 35k cost whereas 100k tolayoff and headhunt; gov need to put incentives in place- sigapore is a best case- need different accounting treatment of skilling as investment- we see many countries spening huge amount of money on local economies but as short-term instead of reskilling -question to adhow do we ensure equality of motivation to reskill- it goes back to the system of the triadi described; eg system must be capable of helping indinviduals trasfer across sectrs- - some sectors will be seeing maive layoffs - thats reason why system of indiv-v - yes triad system needs custimisation to give women advantage
gr geneva ilo - low skilled doing badly- hi-tech doing well - biggest risk coming out of crisis even more unequal
from global shaper hub in italy - is the responsibility on ndividual or on gov -ilo mutual responsibility - we are only in foothills of lifelong learning looks like - will need real investment - complementary triadresponsibilitoes individual, employer gov, upskilling depends on employer taking longer-ter appreoach to emplyees
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saadia zahidi weforum sum up 1 next wave gov stimulus needs strategy, sequencing upskilling - piece with pwc suggest done well 6 trn $ addition to world's new economy; nb if not done well nations will create vast inequalities - generally guys point window for antion is now - see wef reskilling platform targeted 1 billion people - have reached 50 n people - builing lifelongststems is new - 10 countries tred this- 6 new ines coming from -- we also piloting10 secrirs first; 3rd new laguaf=ge - global skills taxolnmy with hekp of edx etc
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