Redefining skills for an age when machines outsmart humans

Category: Business & Economics | Health, Science & Education
Published on May 27, 2012

Countries around the world are making the development of so-called “e-skills” a major priority in a bid to equip more young people with the skills to be successful in a world of intense technological change and global competition. Despite the fact that I despise the term e-Skills because it frames the challenge inappropriately, the focus on skills is certainly not misplaced given the shifts towards knowledge-based work and the growing gap in skills required to [...]

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