TJ Newsflash: 23 February

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Written by Debbie Carter on 23 February 2022 in News
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What’s news? A special collection of the best business and learning news from the TJ editorial team

On technology: we have a short video from Gartner Insights on trends for 2022 and Wired explores how tech must be a catalyst for good. Soft skills are more important in an age of automation check out the story from TD Magazine and The Guardian asks: Do you need a happiness officer? And finally, take a look at The New York Times gender focus group – it’s a revelation! 

Happiness officers: does every workplace need to hire someone to bring the joy? – The Guardian

Soft but significant – TD magazine

The Top Strategic Technology Trends for 2022 – Gartner Insights

Tech Must Accept Its Role in Delivering Change for Good – Wired 

These 12 Women Don’t Want It All. They Want Better – The New York Times

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