Learning to Innovate: The Role of Reskilling in Enterprises

07/05/2024 | Innovation

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On Thursday, May 16, 2024 Digital Innovation Days will be in Verona for a special event on Business Intelligence (in collaboration with IUSVE and Verona Network - if you haven't confirmed your participation yet, what are you waiting for? Register here). During these days we are delving more and more into the topic and have come across the concept of reskilling, and how it can be an essential strategy for developing an enterprise intelligence ready to navigate the challenges of the future.

The reskilling

Reskilling is the process by which a worker learns new skills and knowledge to fill roles different from his or her current ones. This strategy allows the company to enhance the value of its existing staff by avoiding new hires and filling internal skills gaps.

In the digital age, the ability to adapt quickly to technological changes has become a compelling necessity for companies aiming to remain competitive. Reskilling thus proves to be not only a strategy, but a real necessity to respond effectively to market evolutions.

Training programs

Digital transformation, accelerated by automation and artificial intelligence, has increased the demand for increasingly up-to-date skills. Targeted training programs are therefore essential to prepare teams for future challenges, making reskilling a strategic investment in business sustainability and growth. Through continuing education, companies not only increase their resilience in the face of change, but also improve staff retention and stimulate an innovative work environment.

Integrating artificial intelligence into business processes is not intended to replace human capital, but rather to assist and amplify existing skills. The adoption of advanced technology platforms facilitates reskilling, can personalize learning and optimize training sessions according to individual and business needs, umenting the effectiveness of training and also allowing progress to be tracked.

As the labor landscape continues to transform, reskilling becomes crucial to anticipating market needs and ensuring that workers' skills remain relevant and cutting-edge. Triggering a virtuous cycle of growth that can enable the enterprise to successfully navigate the waves of innovation.

The meeting in Verona will be an opportunity to explore how continuous innovation affects the skills required in the world of work and how companies can adapt to remain competitive.

We hope to see many of you there!

See you anon!

DIDAYS Team

 

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