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Workforce News August 1- 7

Monday, August 12, 2019   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Robert Forristal
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August 7th

MIT Sloan Management Review

How Cities Should Prepare for Artificial Intelligence

Timocin Pervane and Kaijia Gu 

“City administrations need to examine the composition of jobs in their current workforce and what skills will be in high demand going forward. For example, Bertelsmann Foundation worked with the National Association of Workforce Boards to develop a detailed perspective on how Riverside, California, policy makers and workers are prepared for the future of work. Once cities determine what the future workforce will look like, they can better understand the extent and nature of the gap between where they are and where they need to be.”


August 6th


America’s Economic Future Hinges on this Overlooked Educational Skill

Jennifer Openshaw and Deepak Hedge

“In order to compete and succeed in the future of work, the next generation must be groomed now to be nimble, adaptable, and flexible — and with cross-functional team engagement.”



How to Lead Your Organization into the Future of Work

Kasia Jamroz

“In this two-part series, I will explore what I view as the seven essential skills — conscious leadership, self-awareness, self-evaluation, communication, focus, agility and culture — leaders should aim to develop or stretch to succeed in the future.”



How to Talk to Employees About the Future of Work

Heather Landy 

“At Prudential Financial, the US insurance and investment giant where Falzon is vice chairman, those kinds of discussions are already happening. Instead of viewing the future of work as a far-off problem to be dealt with decades from now, Falzon says the company is actively taking stock of the talent it has and the skills it will need to create the next wave of products and services”


August 5th


Avoiding the Technology Trap in the Future of Work

Adi Gaskell

“Oxford University researchers Carl Benedikt Frey shot to public attention in 2013 when he and colleague Michael Osborne released research in which they predicted that 47% of jobs could be automated within the next decade or so. The research was arguably the first study that attempted to predict how technologies such as artificial intelligence and robotics would impact the labor market.”



Sens. Gardner, Sinema Introduce Broadband Workforce Bill

No author 

The senators, both members of the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee, said the TOWER Act “requires the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to improve and streamline workforce development programs to prepare for next-generation communications infrastructure.”


August 4th

Detroit News

Letters: Workforce Development Programs Work

Charlie Mahoney 

“Workforce development is far from a big government solution with no business involvement.”


August 3rd

The Buffalo News

Author Voice: Literacy Training is Crucial to Workforce Development

Tara Schafer 

“As the region’s sole provider of free one-on-one adult literacy services, we are committed to making sure that there is funding for literacy enhancement, upgrades and training. We want people to understand that literacy is an important part of workforce development.”


August 2nd

Business Journal Daily 

Ivanka Trump to Visit Valley for Opportunity Zone Events Monday

George Nelson 

“It’s an opportunity to highlight the support to workforce development work that the administration is focused on,” the White House official said. Trump is working on workforce development and the zones are going to create workforce opportunities. “It’s kind of a hand-in-glove situation,” the official said.


The Hill 

2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates Should be Talking About the Future of Work for People of Color

Spencer Overton 

“As presidential candidates continue to roll out their priorities, it’s important for American workers that they include policies focusing on the future of work.”


August 1st


The Future of Work is an Adaptive Workforce

Forrester Research 

The future of work isn't something that happens to you -- it's something you create for your company and your own career.”

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