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
As lack of motivation and engagement grips organisations, Giora Morein suggests that agile methodology could be the way to re-energise flagging employees
Speaker, facilitator and podcast presenter Al Dea talks to Conor Gilligan of Degreed about the changing role of the manager
Roger Hamilton argues that entrepreneurship should be taught to all young people in their formal education
Anthony Santa Maria on how personalised learning builds future-ready workforces
Vincent Belliveau, Senior Vice President & General Manager EMEA at Cornerstone OnDemand, explores the benefits of internal recruitment
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