investing in learning initiatives within the organization builds an empowered workforce, creates an aspirational value and improves talent retention. (SOMMAI/Shutterstock.com)

As a world well into the much-spoken-about Fourth Industrial revolution, we're cognizant of the workforce need to upskill and reskill. The narrative is quite well-entrenched: an increasingly competitive business environment, technological innovation, changing demographics, and the shifting nature of work are all putting pressure on the need for learning and development in organizations. What's more? COVID-19 has left workplace dynamics in turmoil and has pushed the gas pedal on uncertainties and inequalities in the world economy.

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