News and articles about Modern Workplace Learning (MWL) selected by Jane Hart for the week 8-14 October 2017.
From around the Web
In the Digital Era, Growth Is about More Than Technology Columbia Business School, 21 September
Only 5% of young workers in Britain are in jobs that are safe from robot replacement Quartz, 10 October 2017
“Except in Britain, the report found that only 5% of people 16 to 24 are employed in STEM industries right now. Nearly a quarter of the age group in the UK are employed in the wholesale and retail sector, where the potential risk of automation could be as high as 44%. Young Britons remain far down a list of OECD countries showing the percentage of new students choosing a STEM field of study”
From the MWL Magazine
As part of Totara’s ongoing Disruption Debate series, Lars Hyland has been speaking to thought leaders and experts from the L&D world. A few weeks ago he talked to me, and this is the summary of that conversation that appears on their website here.
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