Training and reskilling an organization’s workforce to operate new solutions can be extremely challenging. Here's how some CEOs are handling it.
A multi-variate study sheds light on a vexing nationwide problem
Human capital has a value about 2.3 times that of physical capital; yet, most companies maintain their equipment better than their people.
How to engage both new entrants and existing employees in the digitization challenge.
CEOs discuss the value of hiring apprentices.
Three companies partnered with the Manufacturing Institute on an “Employer’s Playbook for Building an Apprenticeship Program.” An excerpt follows.
CEOs, boards and teams are discussing how to deal with the skills gap that has made it so difficult for companies to fill available jobs, increase often-stalled productivity, navigate change, and fuel the disruptive activity that is essential for survival in this economy.
President Trump recently signed an executive order to promote apprenticeship programs as a way to help young people find jobs, and to fill the skills gap in industries like manufacturing.
Across America, CEOs and their companies are responding to the urgent need to overhaul the education system, because they want to continue to maintain the nation’s edge in digital tech.
Businesses and states/regions are investing in STEM programs in their area in the hopes that students will be well prepared to handle manufacturing and other jobs when they graduate.