• ProventusHR: People. Business. Results.
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    ProventusHR: People. Business. Results.

    Talent is by far the only competitive edge companies hold in todays market if they are eager to strengthen their competitive spot and position themselves for the future together with the employees. In order to thrive in this new age of revolution, companies require being proactive in learning new skills, and continuously adapting to new disruptive VUCA world. In other words, companies should embrace a learning culture and literally never stop learning. Over the last two decades, there has been significant innovation and development in technology led learning platforms however, such learnings have not been instrumental in resulting behaviour change.

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