Lately we’ve been hearing and reading the sentence “change is the only constant” a lot.  As we know, this saying is bigger than just the context of the pandemic. It’s also tied to speedy technological developments and modern life itself and brings with it the need for trust—among us, in our institutions—as never before. While impermanence and uncertainty have always been here, they seem brisker and more present in our lives than ever, and we want to know how to graciously navigate them.

Article published on the PwC Luxembourg blog

Rightly so, the Austrian-American educator and author Peter Drucker once said, “We now accept the fact that learning is a lifelong process of keeping abreast of change. And the most pressing task is to teach people how to learn”.

Thus, it comes as no surprise that organisations and people are embracing continuous professional learning more and more. This type of learning, in fact, is an opportunity to develop talent to better understand and surmount today’s and tomorrow’s challenges, but it’s also one of the answers to the skills shortfalls companies face nowadays.

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Digital vs Traditional learning experience

A personalised learner-centric approach

Who’s in the driving seat of learning?

Adult learning statistics in the EU

Managing skills is a balancing act

Case study: PwC’s Academy learning experience

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Publié le 15 février 2022