Why both employers and employees need to embrace ‘lifelong learning’

For countless people over the years, graduation day was seen as an occasion that marked the end of their formal education. Many employees would encounter very little need in their whole working lives to formally build upon the knowledge base they had already acquired by early adulthood. But the digital revolution has shunted that world from existence and has created an entirely new order – one that requires an entirely different approach to both working and education.