Keeping up with constant change, both in the industry and the workplace, is a serious challenge. This is why nearly nine in ten executives and managers say their organisation either faces skill gaps already or expect them to develop within the next five years.
Come join Udemy and fellow Learning and Tech Leaders as they come together to discuss the 2022 Workplace Learning Trends and emerging skills from around the globe.
The Udemy Business team analysed trends based on what employees are learning across our thousands of customers around the world. With access to billions of data points, we believe we offer a unique perspective on the most in-demand job skills modern employees need to thrive in today’s dynamic workforce — and how organisations can tie learning to business outcomes.
What to to expect
Chapter Lead for Engagement and Development,
The Warehouse Group
Robyn is a Chapter Lead for Engagement and Development at New Zealand’s largest retails, The Warehouse Group. She has over 16 years’ experience in HR, in multiple countries and industries. She believes that everyone has potential within them and . If we focus on our strengths and pair them up with our interests I believe that we will go on to do great things and live happy, successful lives.
Digital Strategy and Innovation Manager,
Sam is a Digital Strategy and Innovation manager at RSM Australia where he is responsible for the firms' digital transformations. Sam leads a talented team of cloud & data experts, developers and business analysts. Sam has held roles in technology for over 20 years within Australia and the UK covering infrastructure, applications, and security.
Mumshad holds a masters in computer science and networking and has been working in the IT industry for over 15 years with companies like HP, EMC and Dell. Mumshad teaches courses in trending technologies in Cloud Native Computing and DevOps such as tools like Docker and Kubernetes. One of the major challenges with IT education - is that everything that is there is un-inspiring, un-engaging and generally boring. Practicing what you learn is the most important aspect. So Mumshad decided to create courses that are visually engaging. And also provide hands-on labs that are easily accessible. This reduced the time taken between listening to a video lecture and gaining hands-on experience to just less than a minute rather than hours.