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Case
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Reference no. 318-0012-1
Published by: Amity Research Centers
Published in: 2018

Abstract

In the recent times, organisations and businesses were struggling to embrace the digital transformation bid because of the skill gap. The existing skill development mechanism had failed to keep pace with the technological change; thus, it was about to create a massive labour market disruption. The notion of new skill development, issues of reskilling and upskilling were increasingly becoming critical. And, it highlighted the role of training and skill development companies. This was a lucrative business opportunity for NIIT in India which had been a creditable Skill and Talent development company during the early years of IT boom in 1980s. NIIT had gone ahead with its own business transformation process to drive its business to higher level of growth riding on the digital transformation trend. It had formulated various strategies to derive the benefits across its business lines. During the time, when the global IT companies were looking for reliable training partners to upskill and cross skill its employees, would NIIT be able to use this opportunity to expand its business further? Would it be able to decode India's digital talent crisis and help to unease the labour market uncertainties?
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Abstract

In the recent times, organisations and businesses were struggling to embrace the digital transformation bid because of the skill gap. The existing skill development mechanism had failed to keep pace with the technological change; thus, it was about to create a massive labour market disruption. The notion of new skill development, issues of reskilling and upskilling were increasingly becoming critical. And, it highlighted the role of training and skill development companies. This was a lucrative business opportunity for NIIT in India which had been a creditable Skill and Talent development company during the early years of IT boom in 1980s. NIIT had gone ahead with its own business transformation process to drive its business to higher level of growth riding on the digital transformation trend. It had formulated various strategies to derive the benefits across its business lines. During the time, when the global IT companies were looking for reliable training partners to upskill and cross skill its employees, would NIIT be able to use this opportunity to expand its business further? Would it be able to decode India's digital talent crisis and help to unease the labour market uncertainties?

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