The demand for evolving skills means leaders need to give employees time to learn and establish a "skills quotient" that measures whether their company has the expertise it needs to compete, says Kelly Palmer of Degreed. Such a score "elevates the practice of talent and skills measurement from the middle of the organization to the C-suite, giving every CEO a way to answer for the skills of their organization and a way to track progress with accountability," says Palmer.
Building a culture of learning starts with measurement
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