16 11, 2020

White Paper – Widening the talent pipeline: Facilitating STEM careers in New-Collar jobs in Australia

2020-11-16T11:33:25+10:00November 16th, 2020|

In​ the fourth part of the New Normal series of discussion papers Working Futures(tm) has released:  Widening the talent pipeline: Facilitating STEM careers in New-Collar jobs in Australia.  Written by Dr Marcus Bowles and Stephen Chey, Security Client Executive at IBM, the supply and demand mismatch in emerging digital jobs [...]

20 07, 2020

New Normal (Part 3): Why non-traditional education is part of the new normal

2020-07-20T09:54:09+10:00July 20th, 2020|

The Institute for Working Futures has released a third discussion paper in their series on the New Normal examining the post-Coronavirus economic recovery.  This paper is written for educators, those managing workforce transformations and policy makers.  Picking up the baton from his earlier papers, Dr Marcus Bowles delves deeper to see how [...]

21 05, 2020

New Normal: What happens when the future arrives early? (Part 1)

2020-06-19T08:54:43+10:00May 21st, 2020|

This Working Futures™ Discussion Paper examines the effect of COVID-19 lockdown on work and employment. It is authored by Professor Marcus Bowles, founder and chair of The Institute for Working Futures. The paper is the first part in a series that meshes longer term strategic foresighting and workforce forecasts [...]

5 04, 2020

Human Capability Standards

2020-06-19T08:52:09+10:00April 5th, 2020|

Working Futures™ has released its third edition in the Future Capability Standards.  The new edition rolls together research in human capabilities and the LEAD leadership capabilities. The Human Capability Framework Reference Framework is now available to educators and policy makers under global commons licence to improve graduate employability of [...]

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