HOW TO SURVIVE IN AN ERA OF DIGITAL STAFFING HUNGER?
Roman Shaykhutdinov, Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Tatarstan, member of the Supervisory Board of Innopolis University.
Dmitry Afanasiev, Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation
Every day, the digital economy is changing the world we know. And this applies to all spheres of life, including the higher education system. Industry and public authorities require a qualitatively new content of graduate training and a fundamentally new organization of processes from universities.
One of the initiatives of the digital economy is the creation of a backbone educational center, the goals of which are the acquisition of new digital competencies by teachers and the creation of new educational programs to improve the qualifications of specialists in priority sectors of the economy.
• How to saturate the country with highly qualified personnel?
• What challenges do universities face?
• How can business help?
• What solutions do digital transformation leaders offer?