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The New Mandate: Keep Learning

It’s no longer enough for managers and their reports to have a list of skills on their resumés —those hard-won skill sets will be obsolete in a few short years. If companies don’t act quickly to help their employees obtain and upgrade their skills, they risk running short of people with the key skills needed to navigate the continually evolving business environment. This collection of articles from MIT Sloan Management Review explores different ways companies can promote learning, re-skilling, and upskilling in their workforce

Articles included with this collection:

Who’s Building the Infrastructure for Lifelong Learning?
By Lynda Gratton

Shift From Corporate Training to Continuous Learning
Colin Schiller (Everwise Corp.), interviewed by Gerald C. Kane

Work Groups Encourage Productivity and Continuous Learning
John Hagel (Deloitte LLP’s Center for the Edge), interviewed by Gerald C. Kane

Preparing for the Coming Skill Shifts
By Jacques Bughin

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