Tackling the global skills crisis
Rapid technological advances, increased globalization and unprecedented industry disruption are destabilizing traditional job roles and fueling a global skills crisis. While governments face many of the same skills-related challenges as the private sector, the implications are even greater as they fight this battle on two fronts. While struggling to employ staff with the skills necessary to meet organizational mission requirements, government executives also must work with ecosystem partners to ensure their regional labor markets remain competitive. To avoid negative repercussions on the missions of their organizations as well as individuals and economies worldwide, government leaders must work with ecosystem partners to deepen the talent pool and build the workforce of the future.
About the authors
Global Education Industry Vice President
IBM Sales and Distribution
Global Government Industry Leader
IBM Institute for Business Value
Global Vice President
IBM Government Industry Solutions Competency
IBM Digital Government Transformation
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