COMPASS MAGAZINE #10
COMPASS MAGAZINE #10
#9EDUCATION

TECHNOLOGY AND TRAININGPrograms to help displaced employees learn new skills face a wide variety of challenges

As automation and technology replace more jobs in more industries, displaced workers are finding that the programs intended to help them retrain are riddled with gaps and inconsistencies. In some parts of the world, available training doesn’t match available jobs. In others, funding and accessibility are inadequate. Everywhere, however, the challenges – and the numbers of people in need of help – are poised to multiply exponentially.

#10EDITORIAL

EDITORIALMonica Menghini

Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer

Dassault Systèmes

 
In the Age of Experience, any technology that can help to deliver a superior customer experience is a bonus. Immersive virtuality (iV) – the full spectrum of technologies from augmented and virtual reality to holograms – is one of the most transformative advantages business leaders have ever received.

Why? Because unlike traditional forms of communication, immersive virtuality – especially virtual reality (VR) – is processed in the part of the brain that deals with emotion and memory. In other words, companies can use iV to create experiences that connect with their customers at the emotional level and create lasting memories.

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