Humans have a propensity for avoiding change but as the world moves towards digitisation, there is a need to equip the workforce with new skills in a post-Covid world, writes Felleng Yende.
Because of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, the workplace landscape has changed rapidly as the digital revolution continues to permeate every aspect of our lives and the business environment.
So what does this mean for businesses and the workforce? It means businesses and organisations will need to invest in technologies that will help a remote workforce function effectively. Secondly, managers will require skills to support and develop this remote workforce.