Job U: How to Find Wealth and Success by Developing the Skills Companies Actually Need By Nicholas Wyman Get ready to set out on your own path to a succes...
The book addresses the growing "Skills Gap" especially as it relates to manufacturing. Wyman has a wonderful easy to read writing style and stays right on point. Wyman's cautions on the "College for All" concept and his concerns are fully supported by many leading studies including "Pathways to Prosperity" by the Harvard School of Education
I have a confession: I’m not a fan of PowerPoint presentations. I just struggle to learn when I’m being taught things via bullet points on slides. For me, real-life experiences and examples, case studies and success stories help me “connect the dots
Leonardo da Vinci always seemed to be hungry for new ideas, but sometimes he may have been just hungry. Some 500 years ago, he designed a roasting jack that powered an automatic rotisserie. It used hot air rising from a fireplace to spin a horizontal vane placed in the chimney above it. The vane was attached to a vertical rod that turned the spit, and, presumably, his dinner.
The jack was one of the world’s first turbines and engineers have been using the same principle inside jet engines and power plants ever since. Since high heat can make turbines more efficient, the hot sections of modern turbines operate at temperatures above 2,500 degrees Fahrenheit, much higher than Leonardo’s design and near the melting point of steel...Read More....
The majority of America’s advanced industries are manufacturers, said a study by the Brookings Institute. The study measured the impact of the advanced industries sector on American economic renewal, defining “advanced” as industries with research and development spending that exceeds ...
Some aspects of organizational culture are visible on the surface, like the tip of an iceberg, while others are implicit and submerged within the organization. Because these ingrained assumptions are tacit and below the surface, they are not easy to see or deal with, although they affect everything the organization does.
There is a horrible lack of training for young adults about how to behave when they arrive at work. Now, no one is expecting folks to be perfect, wear a three -piece suit, or run and get the boss coffee...Read More....
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