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How Developer teams can use Agile learning to close the skill gap

Currently, there are more digital and technical job openings than there are people qualified to fill them. Companies that shift their focus from hiring to upskilling or reskilling have a 27% higher likelihood of filling gaps.

While hiring can be costly and lead to continued delays in development and innovation, employee upskilling /reskilling programs are cost-effective and impactful. When the hiring pool lacks qualified digital talent, companies can uplevel talent through their own programs.

To make upskilling work, company executives must invest in the creation of an organizational learning culture. Traditional models of education at work have been expensive, time-consuming, and ineffectual. Given those factors, executives may hesitate to invest in workforce education programs. They need proof that learning programs have positive impacts on the bottom line. Burst-effort learning and other Agile methods are results-driven. They can prove the ROI that executives need to justify the upfront spend.

Agile learning was designed to meet the rapidly changing demands of today's digital workplace. A properly-implemented Agile learning program can complement a busy digital workforce in ways that traditional learning modules cannot.

Agile learning was designed to meet the rapidly changing demands of today's digital workplace

We show you how to reduce the skill gap by creating an upskilling and reskilling program for your teams via the Agile learning process.

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