Business and education leaders came together at the Bloomberg Next Tomorrow's Talent Forum to discuss a number of timely challenges, ranging from how we can better prepare graduates for the workplace to how artificial intelligence impacts existing job roles. Workday's Leighanne Levensaler shares some ideas for next steps, including working more closely with local educational institutions, seeking diverse sources of talent, better sourcing from within the organization, and reskilling the workforce to adapt to innovation.
There's an "upskilling movement" underway in the U.S., involving thousands of companies and organizations. Jaime Fall explains what's behind the movement, the return-on-investment companies have seen by upskilling their workers, and how businesses and educators can work together more closely to develop upskilling partnerships and programs that work.
There’s a lot of buzz these days about the outlook for tomorrow’s talent. Global companies and higher education institutions talk about the skills gap, the impact of intelligent technologies on jobs, and staggering college loan debts. Here's how we can bring together different members of our community to establish a clear path forward.
Business and higher education leaders met in New York to discuss workforce development challenges and the findings of a Workday and Bloomberg Next survey on the emerging skills gap and more. What are organizations doing wrong, and where can they make improvements? Read these three takeaways.
The world of work is evolving, and the skills needed in today’s workforce have changed. With this new reality, Michael Crow, president of Arizona State University (ASU), is guiding the institution’s transformation into one of the nation’s most innovative research universities. In this interview, he shares his views on the future of higher education, the importance of lifelong learning, and the role that technology plays.