The Reskilling Business Case: The Urgent Consequence of Rapid Technology Development
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 12 Pages
|提高技術的事業案例:迅速的技術開發產生的緊急需求 The Reskilling Business Case: The Urgent Consequence of Rapid Technology Development|
|出版日期: 2019年12月09日||內容資訊: 英文 12 Pages||
本報告提供歐洲各種企業提高技術 (技能再教育)的實情，相關市場趨勢預測與相關分析，提高技術的基本原則，及相關主體──企業、個人、政府──各尋求的必要條件，實現提高技術教育所需的費用預測，市場相關人員 (尤其是地方/中央政府) 今後應致力處理的課題等資訊彙整，為您概述為以下內容。
This IDC Market Perspective examines the need to manage skills and staff that have become outdated or obsolete to the extent that individuals need a change of career - a reskilling. Career change and reskilling have been practiced by a few companies in Europe, but the costs of changing job role were typically carried by local and central governments and individuals. Since there is a significant shortage of skills in many IT-related job roles, there is a greater need for organizations to retain their staff, even at the cost of reskilling. However, the business case for such reskilling should be shared between enterprises, governments, and individuals to maximize the benefits for all three."While the drivers for reskilling are very different for enterprises, local and central governments, and individuals, the business case is improved significantly if they collaborate and larger programs are planned and funded collectively. The skills shortage in IT-related roles will deepen in the coming five years, thus organizations must consider how to upskill and reskill their current workforce," said Martin Sundblad, research manager, European Skills Practice.