The world has changed and for businesses operating within it, the last few months have forced an accelerated need for a skills strategy and effective reporting on the back of Covid-19. In these unprecedented times no company has failed to be impacted in some way.
Against this background transparency and accountability has never been more important. The workshop will be led by PwC experts and will explore how this agenda can be prioritised in such a challenging environment.
We are delighted to be joined by external panellists to provide their perspective on this debate.
We will bring insights and examples from top reporting organisations along with key findings from our own research. The workshop will also give participants the chance to share their issues with other like-minded professionals.
Message from Partner Fiona Camenzuli
Fiona Camenzuli, Partner: We all know that the world of work has fundamentally changed. Over the last few months, organisations have had to move at pace to implement new people strategies and to reimagine their business models and processes. An already material skills gap has been widenening exponentially and the disruption that we all face shows no sign of abating.
In this environment, it's really critical that organisations have a clear and agile strategy, that enables their people to aquire the right digital skills but also the mindset to use them.
I hope that you'll join us at our New world. New skill workshop on 27 January 2021, we'll be recognising the businesses that are working hard to upskill and reskill their workforces. We'll also be looking at reporting of upskilling and actually be focussing on the importance of transparency and accountability. We'll showcase insights from top reporting organisations, and also participants will have a chance to share their stories and insights with like-minded professionals.
We'll also share some insights from our own research.