According to the World Economic Forum report New Vision for Education: Fostering Social and Emotional Learning Through Technology. There is a skill gap and a misalignment between the skills people learn and the cognitive skills people need in the...
  the digital future As well as being a preoccupation for individual businesses, business model innovation is also an issue for national economies. In spite of the emergence of new technologies, achieving sustainable growth and productivity remain major challenges. Being able...
  Boundaries between industries are eroding. The relationships among suppliers, producers, and consumers are also blurring,  more rapidly than many business decision makers are prepared for. Dr Chander Velu, head of the IfM’s Business Model Innovation research programme, contests why having digested...
What can employers do today to develop the leadership and management talent of tomorrow? Equipping young people with work-ready skills According to a new report published by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and EY Foundation - Age of Uncertainty: Young people’s...
  The debate in Davos was dominated by one issue: the surge in inequality. In the UK the gender pay gap still looms large – and as the Institute for Fiscal Studies revealed, there has been a four-fold increase in the...
As digital becomes the new normal, the paths to success are there for the taking. But be sure you know  how to navigate the digital frontier. Acording to John Sviokla, head of Global Thought Leadership at PwC, in his article ‘Four...
  Connecting employers, further education and training providers This white paper captures the conference insights, ideas and perspectives on directions and opportunities to deliver employer-led training that can boost skills and performance. Download Skills First Report  The New Vision of Education  
Dr. Martyn Newman spoke to Emily Burt  of People Management about the value of emotional intelligence in business. When you talk about emotions, a lot of people tend to imagine unstable elements that they prefer to avoid. But the most important...
Fifty years ago, people could only imagine the possibility of talking to their computers. Fast forward to today, and we have now gone from imagination to the technology of cognitive computing now existing. In his talk, Neil Sahota discusses the power...
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