Delivering an Answer for Skill Gaps?
By Stacey Harris, Vice President, Research and Advisory Services, Brandon Hall Group
Technology has not necessarily proven to be a panacea for the skilled labor gap, either in terms of supporting competency models or delivering training to bridge the divide, according to a survey of 850-plus organizations conducted by Brandon Hall Group in partnership with SME (formerly known as Society of Manufacturing Engineers) and Training magazine. Skilled labor is defined as employees identified as having a specific set of technical or practical skills that are obtained through a mixture of technical or practical education and hands-on practice.
In this continuation of our series on addressing the skilled labor gap, we take a deeper look at the tools and techniques organizations are leveraging for development and training, and who designs and delivers the programs that are used.
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Stacey Harris is vice president of Research and Advisory Services for Brandon Hall Group (http://www.go.brandonhall.com/home), a research and analyst firm serving the performance improvement industry throughout the United States and abroad.