Everyone should be able to live, learn, work and participate in the digital world.
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated changes in how and where we work. For many organisations the crisis brought to the fore the discrepancy between the skills people have and those needed for jobs in the digital world.
Upskilling the Middle East workforce to bridge the digital divide is a complex problem that requires business leaders, governments and educators to work together to make the world a more resilient, more capable and more inclusive place.
We’ve been on a journey to upskill our own people and we’re excited to share what we've learned and help businesses, governments, local communities and individuals accelerate their upskilling journey.
Building a world where everyone can thrive
Realizing ROI from upskilling efforts
Providing employees with the skills necessary to compete
Engaging disaffected, disengaged employee culture
Motivating the workforce while transforming
Managing disruption to industry and business
Building on our work with clients, we are working with other organisations across the world like UNICEF, to improve digital skills in communities where the need is greatest. Still, more must be done if we are to ensure everyone has the opportunity to learn, work and participate in the digital world. This is at the heart of our purpose.
Our New world. New skills. investment started with digitally upskilling our own people. We invested in learning applications and immersive training programs for our people to develop storytelling, data analysis, visualization and automation skills. Watch the video to learn how Patricia is able to experiment and innovate in ways that are meaningful to her everyday work, and how we’re bringing this approach to life for our clients and the communities we serve.
Middle East Senior Partner, PwC Middle East
Tel: +971 4 304 3100
Partner, Government & Public Sector and New world. New skills. Leader, PwC Middle East
Tel: +971 4 304 3487