As the novel Coronavirus causes global shutdown with countries around the world securing borders, announcing closure of public services and urging citizens to self isolate as preventive measures, the world of work may just have leapfrogged into the era of ‘new work’.
Brace yourself, ladies and gentleman, both for a pandemic that might slow us down for the next few month and to prepare ourselves for a bold new world of new work. It will open new opportunities for some, make some folks uncomfortable and might just be the nudge we all needed to move from talk/talk/talk to action.
Larger corporations have to look at the potential of #wbl and #apprenticeships beyond talent strategy. They have to hand-hold and in some cases ensure the readiness of the supply chain for training young people. What is the role they can play in ensuring the benefits of apprenticeships are far reaching and sustainable?
This mornings remote learning for #WBL discussion led by Dana Bachman and #ApprenEU was interesting on several accounts. Here you will find my top 5 insights from the live discussion.