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Embracing Skill-First Learning: Driving Digital Transformation in the Public Sector

By GovInsider

In recent years, Southeast Asia has witnessed a significant influx of digital technologies into the public sector. Technologies such as Gen AI, automation, and data analytics are disrupting nearly every industry, ushering in a newfound urgency for reskilling. ​

The success of this rapid digital transformation will depend on the public sector's ability to nurture adaptable and digitally skilled professionals: civil servants who can swiftly adopt, navigate and leverage evolving technologies, processes and tools within their agencies. According to a Gallup study, Asia Pacific organisations that rely on employees with advanced digital skills, such as software developers and cloud architects, report annual revenues that are 150% higher than those that employ employees with basic digital skills. ​

To address this pressing need, this webinar will gather tech leaders as well as learning and development leaders from the public sector who are at the forefront of digital upskilling to share insights on using a skills-first approach in adapting to the changing workforce landscape.

Key takeaways:

  • Emphasising the importance of embracing advanced technologies such as GenAI and ChatGPT to enhance decision-making and to stay relevant in today's evolving workforce ​

  • Recognising that emerging job roles increasingly demand digital skills and offer remote work opportunities ​

  • Prioritising skill-based learning to keep up with technological advancements is crucial for Public Sector to remain competitive in today's rapidly evolving landscape.

  • Hear from public sector tech-leaders and learning-leaders discuss digital upskilling for industry development and its transformative impact on the public sector