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As Competências dos Inovadores

Será que nascemos inovadores ou essas competências podem ser desenvolvidas? Por mais de oito anos de pesquisas e entrevistas com quase 1000 executivos e empreendedores de sucesso, Jeff Dyer, Hal Gr...
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Ótima postagem de Felipe Scherer da Innoscience. Confira.

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Estudo da IBM aponta que CIO tem um novo chefe: O Cliente

Estudo da IBM aponta que CIO tem um novo chefe: O Cliente | Observatorio do Conhecimento | Scoop.it
A recently-released report from IBM’s Institute for Business Value shows that top CIOs are moving from a focus on the back-office to the front-lines as customer engagement and customer experience
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Postagem obrigatória para todo CIO que quer deixar de ser chefe e passar a ser líder

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As 10 mais importantes do habilidades para o trabalho em 2020 - Infográfico

As 10 mais importantes do habilidades para o trabalho em 2020 - Infográfico | Observatorio do Conhecimento | Scoop.it
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The 10 Most Important Work Skills in 2020

The 6 Drivers of Change
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Via Ana Cristina Pratas
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Muito do que se precisará para trabalhar nos próximos anos nem sequer é percebido e muito menos ensinado. Este excelente infográfico mostra algumas destas competências emergentes. Confira e saia na frente.

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DPG plc's curator insight, July 7, 2014 5:33 AM

An interesting look at the skills that are going to be needed in 2020 or are these skills needed right now? Where are the current gaps?

Maureen Greenbaum's curator insight, July 7, 2014 12:01 PM

Based on 19 page report by Institute for the Future (IFTF) is an independent, nonprofit strategic research group with more than 40 years of forecasting experience for The University of Phoenix Research Institute

http://cdn.theatlantic.com/static/front/docs/sponsored/phoenix/future_work_skills_2020.pdfPage

13 Implications for Educational institutions at the primary, secondary, and post-secondary levels, are largely the products of technology infrastructure and social circumstances of the past.

The landscape has changed and educational institutions should consider how to adapt quickly in response. Some directions of change might include:

»Placing additional emphasis on developing skills such as critical thinking, insight, and analysis capabilities

»Integrating new-media literacy into education programs

»Including experiential learning that gives prominence to soft skills—such as the ability to collaborate, work in groups, read social cues, and respond adaptively

»Broadening the learning constituency beyond teens and young adults through to adulthood

»Integrating interdisciplinary training that allows students todevelop skills and knowledge in a range of subjects

Change Impetus's curator insight, July 25, 2014 10:14 AM

There is a lot of value in this infographic!  The future of work will defined by knowledge transfer and skills development that are completely being reshaped.

 

To succeed as an entrepreneur, you will need to be able to grasp these concepts early and apply them to all facets of developing ideas, products and services and navigating a global landscape.

 

I see the opportunity.