We believe ongoing learning plays a powerful role in a person’s life of work, their happiness, well-being and contribution to the world. Equally, we believe the education and knowledge sector drives economic growth, innovation and social advancement.
However, the way that learning ‘works’, and the role that knowledge providers and creators play in the future is less clear. We believe it will be more accessible, diverse, collaborative, vibrant and creative than ever before.
Here’s how we see it.
The future of work.
Not what it used to be.
We’re currently in the midst of the fourth industrial revolution, and new jobs are appearing as fast as old ones disappear.
What’s more, it’s now predicted that the average 15 year old will have 17 jobs across five different careers throughout their lifetime.
The future of work – what does it look like? And how can we best prepare people for a life of work and learning?