This piece originally appeared on the ATD blog.
With technology and automation now engrained in individuals’ daily routines and data changing how decisions are made, the skills needed for in-demand roles are shifting. According to Deloitte’s latest human capital research, 47 percent of HR and business leaders consider developing new career trajectories and skills to be very important. The caveat? More than 54 percent say they don’t yet have programs in place to build the skills of the future.
In order to thrive in today’s world of work, organizations need to take a new approach to talent management. Rather than relying on tried-and-true job