New world. New skills.
One of the most critical problems of our time is ensuring people have the skills they need to succeed in the digital world. We're not there yet. There is a gap between people's ability to use technology and what is required of them in their work, and in many cases, in their daily lives. The need to upskill -- to bridge this skills gap -- is a complex problem that will require decision-makers — educators, government administrators and business leaders — to come together. To learn more about how PwC is upskilling its workforce, go to New world. New skills.
In a remodeled world, it is vital for companies to reinvent ways of working.
As businesses cope with COVID-19 disruptions, they need to rethink and reconfigure their workforce and work spaces beyond redesigning physical spaces.
Four groups of people are most at risk from the pandemic’s economic effects, and each will have to chart a new course to achieve success.
Research suggests that with the right mind-set, technological literacy, and community engagement, you can shepherd your entire workforce into the digital future.
Amid significant changes to how people work and live, the ability to persevere is critical.
Two years’ of interviews with CEOs from around the world reveal how leaders view the effect of technology on their workforces. For more insight, see PwC’s 23rd Annual Global CEO Survey
Preparing the workforce of the future will require billions of dollars. But the cost of inaction will be even higher.
As businesses put trillions of dollars into digital transformations, they need a plan to ensure that middle management is helping make the most of the investment.
Today’s employees want jobs that are intrinsically rewarding and that fit their values. And though the meaning of work is different for each person, companies that act now to address these demands will gain a lasting competitive advantage. See also “Five Ways Companies Can Give People a Good Work Experience.”