By - 28 Jan 2022
28 Jan 2022
It’s been more than two years since the pandemic struck, upending the rhythm of life. Businesses have been struggling with covid curbs, many have shut down, while some others have had to let go of staff to merely survive, as restrictions froze commercial activity and strangulated demand for goods and services. This has dramatically altered the business landscape, prompting organisations to reinvent the way they operate. As organisations slowly emerge from the pandemic, they would look to not only make up for the lost time and output, but also accelerate their productivity journey in 2022. Old ways may no longer work, and organisations will need to heavily invest in building the key skills required for the new era of work. As a result, skilling and digital learning will take center stage in 2022.