TJ Newsflash: 13 July
The TJ team has assembled a varied and challenging reading list for this week! We hope it inspires, informs and educates in equal measure.
There is encouraging news from German, automotive giant Mercedes-Benz who have announced a €1.3 billion investment in skills triggered by a recognition that their workforce needs to be ready for the electrification and digitalisation impacting their industry. In a longer read, Deloitte looks at business strategy and how the predictive methods of the past do not fit our current world of fluctuating uncertainties.
Also this week Wired takes a closer look at the digital divide and how to reduce the gaps. While last week the inaugural Wellbeing Research & Policy Conference took place in Oxford find out the latest below. The climate crisis is under scrutiny at Byline Times – and it doesn’t pull its punches.
Mercedes-Benz is investing more than €1.3 billion in the qualification of its employees – Mercedes-Benz
Strategy and the art of the possible: How listening to the business ecosystem can turn unpredictability into opportunity – Deloitte
The Digital Divide Is Coming for You – Wired
Interdisciplinary Research on Wellbeing at the University of Oxford – University of Oxford
We Need to Stop Pretending we can Limit Global Warming to 1.5°C – Byline Times
A roundup of the best news, views and research for all those involved in managing and developing people in all types of organisations, large and small, across the globe.
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Anthony Santa Maria on how personalised learning builds future-ready workforces
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