Survey findings tie the IT skills gap to revenue loss.
CIOs face a series of challenging hurdles in the year ahead, with skills shortages and talent scarcity among the toughest to overcome.
Having recognized this, 98% of respondents say training and skills development are top priorities.
Many enterprises have begun reskilling and upskilling their workforce — but still struggle to develop meaningful training programs to close the skills gap hurting their organizations.
In this white paper, you’ll learn about:
The growing severity of the IT skills gap
– IDC predicts that by 2022 companies stand to lose $775 billion worldwide due to the IT skills gap.
ey areas training programs should focus on
– Today’s training programs are heavily weighted in a few areas but fall short in others that have greater demands.
How to help employees build in-demand skills
– 56% of respondents say their training programs don’t provide enough opportunities for employees to practice skills.
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