It doesn’t seem to matter how old I get, or how long ago I graduated. When late August arrives, that “back to school” feeling returns. That feeling of nervous excitement is almost automatic. But lately I’ve been reflecting on the very expression “back to school” in the context of the future of work―what it means and how it needs to change.
As students go back to school this week, a timely article by Zabeen Hirji (Advisor Future of Work, Deloitte|Advisor Public Sector| Board Director| Former Chief Human Resources Officer, RBC) for those no longer formally in school, about the importance of life long learning and incorporating learning into the flow of life.
Click the link to read the article: Three practical steps to prepare the workforce for the future of work