Over the last year and a half, many firms have decided to establish a hybrid work environment for their employees. This method was initially chosen as a response to the global COVID-19 outbreak. Due to lower costs, increased efficiency, and employee approval, many companies are now permitting both in-person and remote work for their employees.
Google has an immersive mentorship program where potential employees, fondly referred to as Nooglers, go through a two-week program where everyone is taught how to use multiple tools within the Google ecosystem. They develop projects in groups and code for open source programs. By the time the Nooglers are done with the program, they know everything about everything (arguably).
Data science, in itself, is an interdisciplinary field that uses various tools and technologies to interpret, understand, and extrapolate with a goal to discover hidden patterns in data and make relevant, business-oriented decisions.
Research by People Matters in 2018 spoke of a book by Peter Senge where he coined the term ‘Learning Organization’. His rationale behind this term was that organizations that are learning and are flexible, productive, and adaptive to change will excel. The book was published in the 1990s when L&D-based business strategies were just a concept, and now we can see coming true.
The nature of jobs and businesses has changed by leaps and bounds over the last decade. Almost all jobs now require technical dexterity, many job roles like talent acquisition require new recruiter skills, and some roles are even extinct.