It is essential to bridge the gap between the skills of current and future workers to address the rapidly changing skill requirements for a world increasingly shaped by 5G. The advent of 5G is a watershed moment for the virtual learning movement, but it only accelerates and widens the need to re-skill the workforce. To address these shifts, it’s important for companies to learn much more about 5G and how technology evolution will reshape virtual learning in the flow of work: evolving the ecosystem, the culture system and the business system.
Vidya Krishnan is the proud leader of Ericsson’s Global Learning and Development team. She is responsible for transforming capability creation for every one of Ericsson’s 95,000+ people in over 180 countries around the world.
Vidya is a technology and entrepreneurial leader with 20+ years of experience in networks, digital services, learning, engineering, consulting, and business transformation. She holds a B.S. degree from Princeton University and an M.S. degree from Stanford University in Electrical Engineering. She is also proud to sponsor the Ericsson-Girl Scouts Alliance, dedicated to building tomorrow’s STEM leadership pipeline today.