Skills Development

America’s Businesses Owe People With Disabilities More

Nearly 70% of working-age Americans who are blind are not employed, a figure that is, in large part, the result of a lack of awareness of how easy and inexpensive it is to accommodate employees with disabilities.

Take The Mystery Out Of Creating And Cloning High Performing Teams

How predictive data and analytics can allow you to visually map your team against the work to be done.

Building Your Factory 4.0 Workforce

Covid-19 both helped and hindered the challenges of retaining and retraining skilled workers, say CEOs.

Business Needs More Data Competent Workers—Higher Ed Must Rise To The Challenge

We need to take students wide across the curriculum, ensuring that they develop a range of attributes—from creativity, ethics and intuition to analytical, quantitative and logic skills.

Closing The Tech Skills Gap: 3 Key Factors For CEOs To Consider

The pandemic has only increased the gap between education and new-age job requirements and given that it costs up to six times more to hire externally than to reskill current employees, the latter needs to become part of the “new norm.”

When It Comes To Building Talent, The Five-Year Plan Is Obsolete

That long-term outlook is outdated in a world where CEO tenure has shrunk to, on average, five years. Think shorter term.

Upskilling Requires Partnership, Creativity​ and ​Courage

Of the 40 million jobs that have been lost, the hard truth is that many of them may not be coming back. Here's what companies need to do to stay competitive.

Preparing Your Workforce For A Second Wave Of COVID-19

As states begin to open up, experts have warned of a likely W-impact, with a second wave coming later this year. Here’s how to prepare your workforce.

The Real Reason You’re Losing Your Top Talent

The absence of personalized incentivization is leading talented employees to leave companies in droves. "People first" can't be an empty mantra—you need to give it teeth.

Real Time With Remote Workers

With 930 employees spread across 68 countries and not a single company office for any of them to report to, Automattic CEO Matt Mullenweg may well be the world’s biggest advocate of the remote workforce phenomenon. But even he acknowledges the inherent difficulties of managing globally dispersed employees working in isolation.
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CEO CONFIDENCE INDEX

CEO Optimism Drops In November Amid Election Results And Covid Spike

A new poll of more than 200 chief executives finds deep concern over the incoming Biden administration—and the dangerous direction of the pandemic.