Adaptable and inclusive: Kraft Heinz’s brand of workforce
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by Harvard Business School
1w ago
Melissa Werneck, EVP and global chief people officer for the multinational food and beverage firm, on reskilling for web marketing and personalization, AI, hybrid work, and collaboration across time zones and cultures. Also, why diversity is good business for consumer packaged goods firms ..read more
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Strada’s Stephen Moret on democratizing access to education and opportunity
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by Harvard Business School
1M ago
The president & CEO of Strada Education Foundation on aligning post-secondary education, economic mobility, and labor market demand. How does inclusive workforce development drive economic growth and opportunity? Highlights include research on the effectiveness of state systems, policy options, and the structural challenge of underemployment among graduates ..read more
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Can work-based learning revive college-for-all?
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by Harvard Business School
2M ago
Propel America CEO Chad Rountree on rethinking the high school-to-career transition to meet the needs of low-income students, colleges, and employers ..read more
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Wharton’s Peter Cappelli on changing the talent equation
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by Harvard Business School
2M ago
What are the consequences of treating employees as an expense rather than an asset? Cappelli argues that this “penny wise and pound foolish” practice hurts the bottom line by discouraging investments in a skilled workforce and prioritizing downsizing, irrespective of efficiency. How changes in management and reporting can realign incentives. Also, C-suite demographics and the impact of AI ..read more
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Western Governors University: Pursuing the network effects of competency based education
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by Harvard Business School
3M ago
WGU President Scott Pulsipher returns to the podcast for an update on the online institution’s mission to extend the reach of skill-oriented instruction. The HBS grad argues that the focus on competency rather than credit hours democratizes college access and economic opportunity.  ..read more
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Guest Appearance: Joe Fuller on CSU's Spur of the Moment
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by Harvard Business School
3M ago
Managing the Future of Work co-chair Joe Fuller joins Colorado State University's Jocelyn Hittle to discuss his work on the Managing the Future of Work project and the Harvard Project on Workforce and to consider broader workforce trends.  ..read more
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Morningstar CEO Kunal Kapoor: How AI can raise the investment IQ
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by Harvard Business School
4M ago
AI's potential is tempered by the need for reliability and consistency in financial intelligence. How is Morningstar adopting the technology, upskilling its 10,000-strong global workforce, and competing for talent? Also, factoring sustainability and workforce strategy in ratings and risk analysis ..read more
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Cleveland Clinic’s formula for a robust healthcare workforce
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by Harvard Business School
4M ago
Chief Caregiver Officer, Kelly Hancock, on filling key roles when talent is scarce; fostering careers in increasingly stressful occupations; how to make skills-based hiring work; the benefits of diversity; and how AI is altering jobs and HR ..read more
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Microsoft’s AI perspective: From chatbots to reengineering the organization
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by Harvard Business School
5M ago
AI’s revolutionary potential is best realized incrementally, according to Jared Spataro, Corporate Vice President of Modern Work and Business Applications. How the tech giant is experimenting its way from AI assistants to autonomous agents while engaging with stakeholders. Also: the OpenAI connection, responsible AI, and upskilling ..read more
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ServiceNow’s Amy Regan Morehouse on workforce transformation
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by Harvard Business School
5M ago
Employers are wrestling with how to provide the resources and foster the motivation workers need for continuous learning in an AI-altered economy. Workers of all stripes are looking to acquire the skills to compete. How is the company coordinating with its employees and its training partners ..read more
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