Academic qualifications and hard skills will no longer be enough says the World Economic Forum. Companies require problem-solving skills, an eye for detail and a capacity for continuous learning, even without that piece of paper’
Data show that Italy is lagging behind the rest of Europe on digital skills. The project announced by the Labour Minister Catalfo as part of the country’s Recovery Plan will have a budget of 11.2 billion euro. Giovanni Biondi, President of Indire: These funds should be used properly
Having even basic financial skills could be crucial to coping with economic shocks, including the coronavirus crisis. Annamaria Lusardi, director of the EduFin Committee for financial education, explains how
Law professor Cass R. Sunstein explains: present bias is the tendency to be satisfied with a small reward today rather than waiting for a greater reward in the future, for example by investing in ourselves and our education
U.S. companies spend over 70 billion dollars a year on training programmes. And they often prove to be fruitless. To turn things around, they have placed their trust in the words of the legendary coach Vince Lombardi
A StarNet report provides a snapshot of the situation: more than 2 million Italian youngsters are not in employment, education or training and over the past six years, the policies to help them have only gone halfway to solving the problem
A 17th century practice updated to the present day. A new frontier for large companies, who are scaling back the number of desks while encouraging employees to return to the office. However, there is a risk of affecting the quality of relationships and the creative process.
The president of Minotauro in Milan and professor of psychology at the Milano-Bicocca University explains that “the new challenge for education is digital education, finally taking its first steps towards a school model”.