The future of work is already here, it is just unevenly distributed.
Companies will compete on innovation and talent like never before. Labor markets will become more dynamic, not less. Skill obsolescence will be a permanent risk. Diversity, equity, inclusion, and economic recovery will be long-term efforts. And technology will not only change work, but workforce development itself. At the Center for Education and Workforce we address these challenges by transforming them into opportunities, and this is done through promoting agility—agility through partnerships, data, and investment.