Published April 26, 2022, 12:05 AM by Monchito B. Ibrahim

The first part of this three-part series on the importance of skills development programs to enhance the competitiveness of the country basically highlighted the different government programs meant to produce the skills needed by the industry. With the advent of software algorithms and the pervasive use of the Internet of Things that connect and streamline human tasks, many organizations struggle with realigning the capabilities of their workforce with the emerging digital tools of Industry 4.0. Can they survive without adapting?

There is no question that competitive companies would help result in a more competitive Philippines. But how can they adapt?

Skills development and Philippine competitiveness