What does it mean to skill 30 million people? IBM looks to find out.

From Work Shift: “IBM announced an eye-popping goal in the workforce space this week: a commitment to upskill 30 million people by 2030. … And industry observers say IBM’s strategy around tech training is worth watching, especially with a relatively new CEO at the helm. Arvind Krishna took over as chairman and CEO of the company last year, succeeding Ginni Rometty, who was a major proponent of expanding non-bachelor’s pathways into tech. The new initiative focuses on two programs from IBM: P-TECH, the company’s program for high school learners, and SkillsBuild, an open access platform for tech-related learning material and certificates.”

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