Global Economic Shifts and Reskilling Growth Opportunities—2040

Global Economic Shifts and Reskilling Growth Opportunities—2040

Macroeconomic Forces, Technological Advancements, and Business Model Transformation Drive Life-long Learning and Skilling Initiatives

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26-Sep-2023
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Research Code: PF26-01-00-00-00
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Description

Talent reskilling has emerged as a pivotal response to the evolving demands of industries and the workforce, especially given the sizable impact of geopolitical shocks, disruptive technologies, and automation in the manufacturing and services sectors.

This report explores the technological, economic, and societal shifts set to shape the reskilling landscape in the next two decades. It also examines the influence of emerging global mega trends on reskilling, upskilling, and cross-skilling to provide valuable insights for enterprises to embark on skilling initiatives globally. The study delves into the role of governments, corporations, and educational institutions in fostering a conducive environment for reskilling initiatives.

Various economic, demographic, and industry trends to 2040 will likely impact the long-term prospects of business models, including platform-based, software as a service, and manufacturing to zero as a service. Through a comprehensive analysis of these factors, this report aims to equip policymakers, educators, and industry leaders with a roadmap to harness the growth opportunities global talent reskilling presents.

Key Features

Main topic areas:

  • Global skilling trends and the need for reskilling
  • Impact of global mega trends on talent reskilling
  • Impacts of long-term economic, demographic, and industry trends on business models and skilling/reskilling requirements 
  • Growth opportunities

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on Global Talent Skilling

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Global Economic Environment—An Overview

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

Types of Skills Upgrading and Economic Vulnerability Assessments

Skills as Core Currency: Imperative for Skills Investments by Government, Corporates, and Educational Institutions

Role of Key Stakeholders in Filling the Skills Gap

Digital Transformation and Sustainability will Boost Demand for AI and Green-centric Roles

Rising Flexibility Demands Will Require Rolling Policy and Reskilling Investment Support

Aging Population and Disruptive Technologies Warrant Targeted Skilling

Trends to 2040: Economic, Demographic, and Industry

Platform Models: Demand for Customized Skilling Initiatives

Software as a Service (SaaS): Need for Cross-functional Skill Sets

Manufacturing to Zero as a Service: Need for Blended Skill Sets of Technology, Industry Value Chains, and Sustainability

Growth Opportunity 1: Digital Upskilling

Growth Opportunity 1: Digital Upskilling (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Green Upskilling and Manufacturing to Zero

Growth Opportunity 2: Green Upskilling and Manufacturing to Zero (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Education and Edtech for Skilling

Growth Opportunity 3: Education and Edtech for Skilling (continued)

Growth Opportunity 4: Skilling and Emerging Old Age-centric Industries

Growth Opportunity 4: Skilling and Emerging Old Age-centric Industries (continued)

Growth Opportunity 5: Skilling for Gig Economy Workers

Growth Opportunity 5: Skilling for Gig Economy Workers (continued)

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Talent reskilling has emerged as a pivotal response to the evolving demands of industries and the workforce, especially given the sizable impact of geopolitical shocks, disruptive technologies, and automation in the manufacturing and services sectors. This report explores the technological, economic, and societal shifts set to shape the reskilling landscape in the next two decades. It also examines the influence of emerging global mega trends on reskilling, upskilling, and cross-skilling to provide valuable insights for enterprises to embark on skilling initiatives globally. The study delves into the role of governments, corporations, and educational institutions in fostering a conducive environment for reskilling initiatives. Various economic, demographic, and industry trends to 2040 will likely impact the long-term prospects of business models, including platform-based, software as a service, and manufacturing to zero as a service. Through a comprehensive analysis of these factors, this report aims to equip policymakers, educators, and industry leaders with a roadmap to harness the growth opportunities global talent reskilling presents.--BEGIN PROMO--

Key Features

Main topic areas:

  • Global skilling trends and the need for reskilling
  • Impact of global mega trends on talent reskilling
  • Impacts of long-term economic, demographic, and industry trends on business models and skilling/reskilling requirements 
  • Growth opportunities
More Information
Deliverable Type Market Research
Author Nikita Talnikar
Industries Cross Industries
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Keyword 1 Economic Transformation Insights
Keyword 2 Economic Transition Trends
Keyword 3 Economic Transformation Strategies Workforce Reskilling Technology
Podcast No
WIP Number PF26-01-00-00-00