Given the constantly changing (and shrinking) workplace, life long learning is the new normal. Yet, most colleges are not prepared to give young people the skills they will need to enter today’s workplace. In fact, given the expense of a college degree, many young people are thinking it might not be worth the effort or the cost.In the age of globalization 3.0, as author Thomas Friedman has labeled it, the Internet and worldwide web has enabled every nation, every community and every individual to compete with every other thus challenging the U.S. as never before. Outsourcing, offshoring and the increased use of technology-call it automation-is challenging us as never before.
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A management executive for over 25 years. Successfully managed transition programs and front office operations within numerous Dutch companies. Into service design, service management and service innovation. Expertise: Service design Service economy Service innovation Service marketing Service management View all posts by Fred Zimny