The Startup Studio
Understanding Entrepreneurship: What it really means, and why it is a solution for transforming education.
We live in a time when one idea can change the world, but the truth is people are not getting access to the kind of learning that will develop their mindsets for a 21st century marketplace. Education is having a very difficult time bringing about meaningful change that can move students away from the more traditional and academic systems of 20th century education into a new and innovative model that is based in real-world skill building and mindset development.
The Florida Chamber Foundation
Florida Jobs 2030
The Florida Chamber Foundation is Florida’s business-led, nonpartisan research and future-focused organization working in partnership with regional and state leaders to provide solutions to secure Florida’s future. Founded in 1968, the Florida Chamber Foundation’s research identifies the long- term needs for Florida’s future.
Realizing 2030: A Divided Vision of the Future
Dell Technologies recently teamed-up with Institute for the Future (IFTF) and 20 experts from around the world to project into the future, forecast how emerging technologies – such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT) – will reshape how we live and work by 2030, and gather insights that will help businesses navigate the coming decade.
An Affordable New Educational Institution
The conventional model of higher education is facing growing skepticism. With rising tuition costs, ballooning debt, and concerns about preparedness for the work force, many are doubting the value of higher education. Alternative credentials and online offerings are gaining currency.
Professor Howard Gartner
Five Minds for the future
In his book, ‘5 Minds for the Future’, Howard Gardner concerns himself with the kinds of minds that people will need if we are to thrive in the world during the eras to come. Also, in the interconnected world in which the majority of human beings now live we need to identify the kinds of minds that should be developed in the future for the greater good of our society as a whole.
GALLUP’S STATE OF THE GLOBAL WORKPLACE
GALLUP’S STATE OF THE GLOBAL WORKPLACE report summarizes a wealth of data on how effectively employers and countries around the world are using the human capital in their workforces. Gallup World Poll results from 155 countries provide the context to discuss labor markets and workplace conditions across global regions. The report covers a series of strategies for maximizing workplace productivity, reveals regional workforce metrics and features country-specific spotlight articles that offer insights from Gallup’s workplace consultants around the world.
20 Reasons startups Fail
From lack of product-market fit to disharmony on the team, we break down the top 20 reasons for startup failure by analyzing 101 startup failure post-mortems.
World Government Summit
The Lost Workforce
Many companies are desperately looking for candidates to fill their increasing job vacancies. Meanwhile hundreds of millions of unemployed, overqualified or under-skilled workers do not, or no longer have, the relevant skillsets required to fulfill specific roles. This lost workforce represents an incredible loss in growth and economic prosperity.
Workforce and Learning Trends 2021
To develop Workforce and Learning Trends 2021, CompTIA surveyed 400 U.S. human resources and workforce learning professionals about their organizations’ response to the pandemic and their future plans for L&D and other activities. We also conducted qualitative interviews with L&D experts and a comprehensive literature review of trend reports and surveys from other authoritative organizations.
The Future of education and Skills
We are facing unprecedented challenges – social, economic and environmental – driven by accelerating globalisation and a faster rate of technological developments. At the same time, those forces are providing us with myriad new opportunities for human advancement. The future is uncertain and we cannot predict it; but we need to be open and ready for it. The children entering education in 2018 will be young adults in 2030. Schools can prepare them for jobs that have not yet been created, for technologies that have not yet been invented, to solve problems that have not yet been anticipated. It will be a shared responsibility to seize opportunities and find solutions.
The Future of Workforce Development
The workforce as we know it is in the throes of a revolution. In this Fourth Industrial Revolution, where technology is blurring the lines between the physical and digital worlds, no stone is left unturned. As new technologies emerge, innovative companies have already begun to adapt, prompting re-evaluations of workforce development strategies.
Leading with Learning: Insights and Advice About the New State of L&D
Learning is more important now than ever before. This report explores how learning has finally earned a well-deserved seat at the table and how it is playing a central role as we enter the new world of work.
World Economic Forum
Strategic Intelligence on Global Issues: Education, Skills, & Learning
According to the World Economic Forum, technological innovation is a driving force in transforming education and creating new skills required for 21st century work. Building future-ready (and pandemic-proof) education systems requires the consistent delivery of widely-accessible innovative curricula. This, in turn, builds a solid foundation for people capable of adapting and developing new abilities. Shifting education’s focus to skill development, will begin to address the disconnect between what employers need and what is available in current talent pools.
The Education Trust
Education Watch: The State of Educational Equity
Education Watch offers a clear, unflinching look at the disparities in educational opportunity over the years and the impact that these choices have had. You can browse each state’s page to discover the best available data on critical measures of educational opportunity and achievement to help you understand how your state is doing when it comes to improving opportunities and outcomes for all students, with a particular focus on those student groups that have been underserved in U.S. schools for far too long.
World Economic Forum
Shaping an Equitable, Inclusive and Sustainable Recovery: Acting Now for a Better Future
If COVID-19 has taught us anything, it’s the realization that we must “build back better and broader,” as well as the recognition of the challenges and fragilities of the economies and societies we have created. Change is about opportunities for people, the planet, and business. These opportunities can power the next big global leap forward.
This report from the World Economic Forum outlines a global vision and offers concrete, practical guidance to grow forward towards economies that are resilient and which serve all parts of society, ensuring nature and the environment are preserved for future generations.
Re:Work by Google
Guide: Understanding Team Dynamics
Much of the work done in organizations is done collaboratively by teams. It’s where real production happens, where innovative ideas are conceived and tested, and where employees experience most of their work. And it’s also where interpersonal issues, ill-suited skill sets, and unclear group goals can hinder productivity and cause friction.
In this report, Google researchers explore the secrets of effective teams at Google. Code-named Project Aristotle – a tribute to Aristotle’s quote, “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts” – the goal was to answer the question: “What makes a team effective at Google?”
Sustainable Development Solutions Network
World Happiness Report 2021
The World Happiness Report 2021 uses data from the Gallup World Poll and Lloyd’s Register Foundation, along with data from the ICL-YouGov Behaviour Tracker as part of the COVID Data Hub from the Institute of Global Health Innovation. It focuses on the effects of COVID-19 on the structure and quality of people’s lives, and it describes and evaluates how governments all over the world have dealt with the pandemic. In particular, it tries to explain why some countries have done so much better than others.
World Economic Forum
The Future of Jobs Report
The 2020 Future of Jobs Report published by the World Economic Forum provides insights into the labor markets and opportunities currently available in the 21st century, as well as looking at the future of work. Now in its third edition, the report explores the jobs and skills of the future, and illustrating the pace of change and the directions various industries are traveling in.
The United Nations
The 17 Sustainable Development Goals
One of the founding philosophies of The Learn to Start Institute Powered by The Startup Studio is that in order to fix the planet we must begin by fixing the people on it first.
Ensuring the long-term sustainability of our planet is going to require a new generation of solution bearers equipped with the skills and mindsets to bring about highly complex change. Their solutions must generate a highly conscious approach to the overall economic model of the future – a future that ensures the success of a multitude of stakeholders. The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals are a collection of 17 interlinked global goals designed to be a “blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all” that our participants consider in their problem solving and solution building.