A page where you can find all the expert opinions and case studies that we have collected through our research

Human-Centric Solutions

A page where you can find all the expert opinions and case studies that we have collected through our research. Choose from a list of multiple choices below to find real life examples that may help you answer your skills gap questions.
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Personal training account system in France

French experience in creating a legal system that provides long-life learning opportunities for all citizens at the national level. It aims to enable people to acquire entitlements to training throughout their careers with the help of personal training account (CPA) without losing them if they change employers.

McDonald’s: Archways to Opportunity

McDonald's Archways to Opportunity is a comprehensive education strategy with multiple programs that give people an opportunity to grow and learn - no matter where they are on their journey. Education helps people reach their full potential. 

Sweden: support and matching

The programs aims to train migrants and make the labor market more transparent for job-seekers. Through individualized support, provided by private suppliers who are publicly funded, job-seekers (who have been unemployed for a long time (about a year) or who are newly arrived in the country) are provided individualized education and matching to the labor market needs. 

Genpact: Aparajita – women in leadership

Genpact launched a two-step program to empower women in the company and improve gender diversity. In 2014, the overall gender diversity ratio at Genpact’s leadership level was 22%. Only 15% of the leadership team of the BFS Vertical (Assistant Vice President and above) were women. Now, women represent 39% of Genpact’s global labor force.

Institute of Technical Education: “Learning through filming”

The Institute of Technical Education in Singapore created a system in which students are more involved in the learning process. The basis of the system is a teamwork on film production and presentation of each project by students. The students learn more about related fields by themselves and are taught less by lecturers.