Education, Skills and Learning

Why 'perpetual learning' will help you thrive in the changing world of work

The concept of skilling, reskilling and lifelong learning is not new - but the pace of disruption is faster than ever. Image: Saumya Rastogi

Tae Yoo

Senior Vice-President, Corporate Affairs and Corporate Social Responsibility, Cisco


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