Critical IT Skill Development: Using Pluralsight to Solve Three Use Cases
By Cushing Anderson
According to IDC, by 2022, the financial impact of the IT skills gap will grow to $775 billion worldwide by 2022.
People are the make-or-break element of high-performing IT organizations, creating a premium on the capabilities of IT professionals. Workforces must be trained-and often re-trained-to execute on an organization’s strategic objectives. Highly proficient team members responsible for critical IT functions are 20% more productive than their less-proficient peers.
Dive into this IDC perspective for three IT skill development use cases and how the organizations used Pluralsight to solve them.
Download the report to find out:
- Why it’s critical for strategic learning programs to address specific business and performance objectives
- Which common problems related to skill gaps, such as a misalignment of technology skills with an organization, the rapid change of pace in IT environments and the need to attract and retain talent in tight job markets
- How three Pluralsight customers solved these problems through reskilling, upskilling and the creation of a learning culture to attract, engage and retain employees
- How effective alignment of IT skill development initiatives and L&D programs achieve greater results more quickly and position the broader business for greater success
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