So many people tell me that they aren’t creative, can’t paint or can’t draw. I believe anyone can learn these skills. This got me thinking about the talent myth, as it applies to art, and to business strategy.
Education and hiring in a new paradigm - emerging jobs, disappearing jobs and portfolio careers.
Recently, I had the opportunity to sit on an alumni panel, discussing with prospective students the pros and cons of undertaking an MBA. This made me reflect on a couple of interrelated questions:
what will the future of education look like?
how will businesses prepare their workforce for the future?
Does anyone have an example of a change that went completely to plan? It’s common for all sorts of changes to take twice as long and cost twice as much as anticipated. So what differentiates those that go well from those that don’t?
To my mind, there’s broadly three aspects to building resilient programs:
What happens when you challenge a group of roads and infrastructure experts to a competition using limited resources to make a model car go as far as possible? Today, at the Roads Australia Fellowship Program, we got to find out!