Workplace Learning Trends Leading in 2022

Workplace Learning Trends Leading in 2022

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1. Soft skills emerging as part of Power Skills

In addition to technical skills, professionals looking to kick-start or advance or stay relevant in their careers need to focus on power skills, which remained in the spotlight during the pandemic and are believed to trend as organisations move further away from in-person to remote working models.  A key to thrive in the ‘Modern Digital Age’, these skills strive 

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1. Soft skills emerging as part of Power Skills

to make the work environment more productive, efficient, and collaborative.

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2. Getting tactical!

The world is revolving around data, and it is this domain which will drive businesses.  Predictive analytics, business analytics, data analytics, business intelligence etc are some of the important tenets that will drive business.  The global predictive analytics market size was valued at $7.32 billion in 2019 and is projected to reach $35.45 

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2. Getting tactical!

billion by 2027 and be a vital constituent for organisations. Tactical skills in finance, HR, sales, and strategic marketing will give professionals an edge in formulating diverse strategies to beat competition and stay atop the market.  Gartner talks about integrating demand generation as part of the marketing strategy in building brand awareness that 

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2. Getting tactical!

would result in high-quality leads.

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3. Having an Agile Approach

A successful business is driven by customer satisfaction, and customer demands are ever-changing in today’s times. Hence, businesses need to keep pace with them and respond effectively.  No doubt, the demand for agile management methodologies has been growing more rapidly in recent years. Agile is an iterative and incremental 

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3. Having an Agile Approach

approach to business management. It helps teams stay abreast with the demands of the modern workplace while being focused on the timely delivery of business value.

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4. Companies Need to Invest in Building New Capabilities

Disruption had an adverse impact on businesses wherein only those organisations that adapted to the new developments were able to sustain the global economic turbulences.  Companies can increase the odds of success if they take the time to build the needed capabilities.

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4. Companies Need to Invest in Building New Capabilities

 To keep their teams agile, organisations should evaluate how the modern technologies align with their business goals and enable learning plans to develop those skills in employees, regardless of their ledership traits.

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5. Make Learning a Part of the Employee Experience

The year 2020 and 2021 taught us to adapt to rapid changes in how and where we work.  It has compelled us to become proficient with multiple professional technology platforms like Microsoft Teams, Zoom, WebEx, Google Meet, Stream Yard, etc. Regardless of where employees work — in an office, in a hospital, in their living rooms, or on a beach — 

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5. Make Learning a Part of the Employee Experience

empowering them with continuous learning opportunities will offer better ROI for the organisation in 2022 and beyond.  It will facilitate employee productivity and keeps employees engaged and satisfied in their work, boosts employee morale, reduces attrition, and supports the innovation needed to grow and excel.

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6. Learning through Online Courses

To catch up with the changing times, one of the effective ways is to take up an online programme. There are several providers of flexible online programmes for working executives.  One such provider of online programmes – from some of the country’s reputed educational institutes – is the Times Professional Learning 

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6. Learning through Online Courses

(TPL), which takes pride in offering flexible learning solutions to individuals as well as corporate businesses across industry domains.

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