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Content Author:
Vijay Kumar Ed. D, George Westerman
Date: 15 September 2020

Dr. Vijay Kumar, J-WEL Executive Director, and Dr. George Westerman, Principal Research Scientist at J-WEL Workforce Learning, introduce our event, From Trainer to Transformer: L&D as a Key Lever For Organizational Success.

Content Author:
Jeff Dieffenbach
Date: 26 March 2020

During this webinar, MITili's Jeff Dieffenbach provides examples of credentials in action by examining two case studies -- the first, from the employer side, and the second from the learning management side. 

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Date: 4 March 2020

This report provides an overview of the March 2020 Human Skills Workshop (HSX), including key takeaways and insights from the workshop's expert panels.

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Bill Bonvillian, Susan Young
Date: 5 February 2020

New educational technologies and models for workforce education are evolving may be able to help rebuild critical gaps in Amerca's workforce education system. Learn about them in this webinar with MIT Lecturer Bill Bonvillian.

Date: 29 January 2020

Twenty-four durable skills that workers need to thrive in today's rapidly evolving organizations.

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Date: 28 January 2020

”Human Skills: Foundation for Success in the Future of Work” is a workshop designed to help participants understand essential non-technical skills for success in the complex work environments of today and tomorrow.

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Date: 9 January 2020

Dr. George Westerman, principal research scientist, Workforce Learning at J-WEL, and Abbie Lundberg, president of Lundberg Media, discuss their research and article published in the Harvard Business Review. The research explores how forward-thinking Chief Learning Officers (CLOs) conceive of their roles and organizations, and how other senior learning professionals can become transformers themselves.

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Date: 11 December 2019

Resumes, LinkedIn profiles, job descriptions, and degrees are just proxies of what someone knows and can do. What really matters are the competencies underneath. In this webinar, you will learn about the United States' first-ever competency framework and be introduced to the digital application and exchange where you can create and store competency profiles.

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Date: 24 October 2019

In this webinar, we discuss how educators and employers can use the J-WEL Human Skills Matrix to help every individual be more ready for the fast-moving workplace of the future.

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MIT Task Force on the Work of the Future
Date: 5 September 2019

This report provides a framework for the efforts of the Task Force on Work of the Future over the next year, and examines several aspects of the interaction between work and technology.

Content Author:
Byron D. Clift Breland, Damian Ewens, Farnaz Haghseta, David Soo, Portia Wu
Date: 19 June 2019

Representatives of San Jose State Community College, Microsoft, America's Job Exchange, and more discuss how educational systems need to adapt to ensure they meet the needs of a rapidly changing work environment.

Content Author:
Vijay Kumar Ed. D, Krishna Rajagopal, Claudia Urrea, George Westerman
Date: 18 June 2019

MIT Open Learning and J-WEL have been actively involved in developing and advancing programs to address the needs of new types of learners, from pK-12 to higher education and workforce learning. This panel highlights the innovative and transformational aspects of these initiatives designed to provide quality learning at scale.

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Technológico de Monterrey Observatory of Educational Innovation
Date: 1 May 2019

An overview of the current state of alternative credentialing.

Content Author:
George Westerman, Rachel Mohammed, Mark Cousino
Date: 2 April 2019

George Westerman discusses the future of the Chief Learning Officers in corporate environments, and the learning and development functioning in companies. 

Content Author:
Chrysanthos Dellarocas
Date: 21 June 2018

Prof. Chrysanthos Dellarocas, Associate Provost for Digital Learning and Innovation at Boston University, shares his view of the future role of the university in a world of rapid changes to demands for workforce skills.