Education, Skills and Learning

Testing our patience: traditional skills assessment earns a failing grade

It is time we stop referring to a “skills gap”; we are actually drowning in a “skills canyon”. Image: Green Chameleon on Unsplash

Japman Bajaj

Executive Vice President, Vametric Inc.

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