Manufacturers just don’t have the talent they need with skills in security, cloud, industrial communications and data analytics technologies. The good news is that manufacturing is becoming a vastly more exciting place to work.
There’s a skills gap between the number of IoT job roles needed to make digitization a reality, and the number of workers in the market with those skills. Public and private organizations need to become producers and consumers of talent.
The Internet of Things Talent Consortium is pleased to partner with the State of Illinois in leading the effort to develop the talents and skills necessary for success in the rapidly growing IoT workspace. The offering of the Data Science program of study, through the IoT Talent Consortium and in partnership with Microsoft, is an exciting first step in our efforts.
The growing trend of digitization is impacting no sector more profoundly than the industrial. The digital transformation of industrial organizations requires sweeping changes to how the company identifies, hires, skills and manages its talent.
This webcast explores approaches for identifying untapped talent pools, enabling better public/private sector partnerships to mobilize talent and collaborative environments where non-traditional education can up-skill.
IoT and digitization demand different experiences and new skill sets from today's workforce, changing every job before our eyes. We need to prepare for job functions and qualifications we don't even know exist yet.