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Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trend Report concludes about the labour market of the digital age: “The concept of career is being shaken to its core.” At the same time as people that today is entering the labour market can look forward to 60 years of working life, this also requires continual updates and upgrades of knowledge and skills. In this digital age, L&D (learning and development) is an inevitable part to accomplish R&D (research and development) and innovation. As the report continues: “Leading companies are moving to overhaul their career models and L&D infrastructure for the digital age, though most organizations are still in the early stages of this transformation.” This is manifested by the fact that only 1/3 of Millennials believe their organizations are using their skills well, while 42% plan to leave because they are not learning fast enough. To improve this deficit the 2017 Global Human Capital Trends report identifies eight points for successful transformation into the requirements of the digital age, including evaluate internal mobility and review the organization’s job architecture etc. In this development edtech is one of the most important drivers to make this possible with its collaborative interactivity and accessibility and analytics. Source: Deloitte University Press