Building a Common Language for Skills

Sometimes it is the basics that matter most. The World Economic Forum (WEF) recently published its A Global Taxonomy, Building a Common Language for Skills at Work. It does nothing less than outline the skills, attitudes and abilities required for the future of work. The WEF estimates that 50% of all employees will need newContinue reading “Building a Common Language for Skills”

2021 World Economic Forum

So many sessions, so little time. If you only have time for one, here’s a session related to the broader debate around Ethical Business Practice: Stakeholder Capitalism: Building the Future Speakers: Edward Felsenthal, Mariana Mazzucato, Klaus Schwab, Alexander De Croo, Angelique Kidjo, Dan Schulman Further sessions that may be of interest… Implementing Stakeholder Capitalism Reorienting Boards for the Long Term ReassessingContinue reading “2021 World Economic Forum”

Three insights from the World Economic Forum

Guest blog by Michael Ambjorn – following the annual Davos circus from afar, a few quick take-aways: Don’t miss the elephant(s) in the room Hannibal famously crossed the Alps with elephants. I’m fairly sure that he didn’t go through Davos. Yet, that’s not to say that the assembled leaders didn’t miss a few elephants nevertheless. Well,Continue reading “Three insights from the World Economic Forum”