Infosys ties up with Harvard Business Publishing for digital and life skills

Infosys has entered into a partnership with Harvard Business Publishing for providing digital and life skills to India’s next generation via Infosys Springboard.

The critical digital and life skills will be made available to users free of cost.

Infosys said that the initiative is part of its continued efforts in empowering over 10 million people with digital skills by 2025.

Harvard Business Publishing is said to convert provocative ideas influencing business into effective and actionable skill-building and learning resources.

Infosys said that through the partnership, student and young learners in India can access resources including certain Harvard Business Review articles, podcasts, and videos, along with 10 Harvard ManageMentor courses on topics like change management, project management, creativity, and innovation.

Infosys ties up with Harvard Business Publishing to provide digital and life skills.

Infosys ties up with Harvard Business Publishing to provide digital and life skills. Photo courtesy of Infosys.

Vinay Hebbar — Harvard Business Publishing Senior Vice President and Head of International Markets said: “We are excited to team up with Infosys on this important learning initiative that would drive employability amongst underserved students and youth, consistent with Harvard Business Publishing’s mission and ESG goals.

“By providing access to the most critical ideas shaping leaders today and tomorrow, together with Infosys, we are keen to help empower future generations with the skills they need to succeed.”

Infosys said that it will directly partner with institutional schools and colleges in order to help in sharing learning content centered on employability to underserved students and young adults across tier-2 and tier-3 cities in India.

Thirumala Arohi — Infosys Senior Vice President and Head – Education, Training and Assessment said: “We are pleased to be teaming with Harvard Business Publishing to prepare learners with the skills they need for the future.

“Infosys’ rich legacy of four decades in employee and broad-based student competency development, along with the advantages of this collaboration, will enable us to deliver corporate-grade learning experiences that will help empower India’s talent pools to thrive in a fast-evolving employment landscape.”

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