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Jane Thompson Jul 18
check out how these trends impact us - Fluid gigs, decentralized workforces, motivation to work, lifelong learning and technology augmenting work are the top trends in Forbes
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Keith Keller 🎬📱💻🇦🇺 Jul 12
HOW FAR WOULD YOU TRAVEL TO ATTEND BUSINESS RELATED EVENTS IF YOU HAD TO COVER THE EXPENSES YOURSELF? ((Please Vote & Retweet))
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Matt Bradley Jul 20
What Does Future Hold For Workplace Culture via
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Steve Wills Jul 19
Here's What It Will Really Look Like for via
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Jennifer McClure Jun 23
Over 20k attendees this year at , and almost 2,500 of those are an . This important to remember when talking about . We can’t forget that most businesses are small businesses & enterprise solutions don’t work for all.
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RICARDO SORRON Jul 17
Tools for value customer data collection in real time to identify problems, opportunities, needs, trends, solution to be processed and turned into strategic insights to develop Value Proposal
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Roberto_S&S Jul 20
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Roberto_S&S Jul 18
Everyone's Talking About via #gighttps://buff.ly/2ltZfUd
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Jolson Masaki Jul 10
“Towards a Revolution: A Future of Jobs for All, highlighted an innovative method to identify viable and desirable job transition pathways for disrupted workers.”
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Matt Bradley Jul 19
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RICARDO SORRON Jul 17
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OECD ➡️ Better policies for better lives May 9
Gov'ts should step up efforts to give people the education & needed to seize opportunities in a digital world. Find out more ➡️
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Gareth Pritchard Jul 17
Leadership And Design Skills Chart - interesting to see USA programmes.
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OECD ➡️ Better policies for better lives May 31
Did you know that Spain 🇪🇸 plans to raise its paternity leave to 1⃣6⃣ weeks by 2021? Economy Minister explains how the Spanish government is preparing for 📽️⤵️
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OECD ➡️ Better policies for better lives May 10
The share of people who lack basic (literacy, numeracy & problem-solving) varies greatly by country. Policies to improve education & skills are key to ensuring individuals are ready for 👉
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The Long Run Initiative Jun 15
- why Japan isn’t afraid of robots
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Pat Lynes Jul 19
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Jacob Perring Jul 19
5 Essential Expert Perspectives About The Future Of Work In 2019 via
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Roberto_S&S Jul 19
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Matt Bradley Jul 19
The Future of Work Is Here Are Leaders Ready via
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