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Matching Talent With Opportunity

By David Nordfors/March 12, 2016/0 Comments
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The Gig Economy

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i4j DC Paris: How To Disrupt Unemployment

By David Nordfors/March 28, 2015/0 Comments
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By i4j Chairs Vint Cerf and David Nordfors “HOW TO DISRUPT UNEMPLOYMENT” i4j DC OCTOBER 13-14 2014 the national academy of sciences, washington dc, u.s. organizers: vint cerf and david nordfors, google / iiij i4j PARIS SEPTEMBER 6 2014 u.s. embassy, hotel de talleyrand, paris, france organizers: stefano scarpetta and david nordfors, oecd / iiij … Read morei4j DC Paris: How To Disrupt Unemployment

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Can Innovation Create Jobs? Highlights from the Innovation for Jobs Summit, DC

By Tess Posner/February 23, 2015/0 Comments
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By Tess Posner @tessposner Managing Director, SamaUSA What if innovation could create jobs instead of destroy them? In October 2014, SamaUSA participated in the i4j DC Summit for Job Innovation: How to Disrupt Unemployment. It was an exciting and provocative event based around the premise that technological innovation can create a whole new paradigm for meaningful work that … Read moreCan Innovation Create Jobs? Highlights from the Innovation for Jobs Summit, DC

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i4j DC Paris Report: How To Disrupt Unemployment

By iiijadmin/November 22, 2014/Comments Off on i4j DC Paris Report: How To Disrupt Unemployment
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“HOW TO DISRUPT UNEMPLOYMENT” i4j DC OCTOBER 13-14 2014 the national academy of sciences, washington dc, u.s. organizers: vint cerf and david nordfors, google / iiij i4j PARIS SEPTEMBER 6 2014 u.s. embassy, hotel de talleyrand, paris, france organizers: stefano scarpetta and david nordfors, oecd / iiij How can innovation  disrupt unemployment and create meaningful … Read morei4j DC Paris Report: How To Disrupt Unemployment

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i4j Request for Comments: Defining Where New Jobs Come From

By iiijadmin/November 3, 2014/Comments Off on i4j Request for Comments: Defining Where New Jobs Come From
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By Robert Cohen, Ph.D., Economic Strategy Institute i4j DC – Innovation for Jobs Summit, October 2014 The table here below shows competing stories about the current technological transformation and how it will create jobs. The second column summarizes the position of Brynjolfsson and McAfee in “The Second Machine Age”. The third column offers a new … Read morei4j Request for Comments: Defining Where New Jobs Come From

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Hugh McGrory: An Emphormatic Approach To Employment #i4jDC

By iiijadmin/October 22, 2014/Comments Off on Hugh McGrory: An Emphormatic Approach To Employment #i4jDC
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By Hugh McGrory, Chief Innovation Officer, CultureShock Comment from i4j DC Current strategies and processes around employment (and education) are heavily skewed in favor of logical, mathematical and linguistic capabilities to the detriment of other awarenesses: musical/rhythmic, visual/spatial, bodily/kinesthetic, interpersonal, intrapersonal and naturalistic. Whether we see these as distinct types of intelligence or as abilities and … Read moreHugh McGrory: An Emphormatic Approach To Employment #i4jDC

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HOW TO DISRUPT UNEMPLOYMENT

By iiijadmin/July 23, 2014/Comments Off on HOW TO DISRUPT UNEMPLOYMENT
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Some say all jobs may be automated. Perhaps next thing consumption will be automated, too, and then we are really in trouble. Seriously, something does not make sense with this way of thinking. Instead, innovation may disrupt unemployment. With a new mindset that appreciates the value of people, innovation can drive unemployment ‘out of business’. … Read moreHOW TO DISRUPT UNEMPLOYMENT

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