Ms. Ritu Shree
Head-HR-SBUs and Services,
Secure Meters Ltd.
Ms. Beryl Lopez
Head-MindSphere Application Centre
for IoE (MAC4IoE),
Siemens, India


The only skill that will be important in the 21st Century is the skill of learning new skills. Everything else will become obsolete over time – Peter Drucker

A decoupling of revenue and headcount growth is visible even today, employers and employees need to adapt themselves to the changing job environment arising out of technological shifts in order to meet stakeholder expectations.

The problem is too large to be handled alone. It needs a collaborative industry level response.

About 80% of leaders do not believe their workforce has the right skills to work with advanced technologies and skill sets.

When skilling is driven by a market mechanism, the outcomes are magical, which means that organisations have to invest in training and various new ways of learning. To thrive and just not survive in this time of high velocity changes, organisations and individuals need to embrace lifelong learning using technologies. Given that technology plays a huge role in development, it has now spread its grandeur in skill development of India.

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