Traditional employees and freelancers update their skills at different rates. How will this impact the talent market of the future?
Partnerships between companies and colleges target local workforce needs and create economic opportunity.
These are the day’s top talent stories from around the web.
Helping employees make meaning from the tools they use and pairing them with others to explore new frontiers of knowledge leads to higher creativity and breaks us out of the rut we’re in.
As data becomes the most valuable business resource, how does that impact the talent market and skills needed for the future of business?
Germany is best known for its apprenticeship model to train its future workforce, while the U.S. relies heavily on informal university partnerships. What are the advantages to both? And which is better for today’s economy?
Technology already appears poised to replace many human jobs. But the more dramatic change it might bring to the future workplace may be more in the roles humans take on at work.
Despite fears that overqualified workers will bolt for better opportunities, there are great benefits to hiring them.
A collaborative learning culture is the key to keeping pace with change.
These were the top TE stories from this week. Plus, Friday’s Talent Docket of best talent-related stories from around the web.