Corporate Transitions and Remote Work
Remote Work Before the onset of COVID, we had been writing papers, blogs, and even in our book Catalyst: Leadership and Strategy in a Changing World, we have considered the future of remote work, period. Due to advances in technology and updated business practices, the…
Human Capital Innovation
As organizations around the world continue to compete for scarce talents to fill vacant roles, proactive human resources strategies are required to effectively leverage talent and internal innovation.
Finding Gold Among the Gray
Young seniors (ages 65-74), are the fastest growing demographic in the United States, constituting about 9% of the population. Business and public-sector leaders have both an opportunity and a challenge to adjust their products and services to this growing segment.
The Future of Work: Business and Public-Sector Challenges
Presentation by Joseph Kopser and Bret Boyd on the future of work and accompanying challenges for business and public-sector leaders.
Meta-Learning and the Skills to Learn New Skills
The gap between the skills needed by the U.S. workforce and the skills they currently have is widening, particularly in the field of advanced modeling and simulation that can enhance U.S. competitiveness.
Job Creation and the Robot Apocalypse
The coming “robot apocalypse” can both save and create jobs in the developed world, especially in the United States, which has barely scratched the surface on the application of robotics to manufacturing.