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Sarah Marquet from Recruiter attended the Future of Work Consortium's Talent Innovation Masterclass. You can read Sarah's summary of the event here.
The Award is named after one of the leading Dutch-American scholars in history. Professor Tjalling C. Koopmans won the Bank of Sweden Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel in 1975 for his fundamental contributions to the Theory of Optimum Allocation of Resources. Since 2003 the main building of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration of Tilburg University has been named after Nobel Prize winner Koopmans. The plaque of the Asset Award can be found in the boardroom of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration. It is a copy of the plaque in the hall of the Tjalling C. Koopmans building, to which the names of the Award winners are added every year. The winner of the Tjalling C. Koopmans Asset Award is considered to have made extraordinary contributions to the economic sciences and to have reached the highest standards of quality in research. Read more here.
Lynda Gratton is honoured to have been included in the 100 Women to Watch 2015 listing from Cranfield University. This year’s list includes women who hold senior executive roles in FTSE 250 firms and other significant organizationssuch as (but not exclusively) large non-listed companies, major charities, professional services firms, educationalinstitutions and NHS Trusts. Click here to read the full list.
This week, Lynda Gratton sat down with the BBC's Bridget Kendall as part of The Forum to discuss how we will manage work and people in the future. Lynda was joined by robotics expert Ken Goldberg, and the head of Harvard’s South Asia Institute Tarun Khanna. The programme is available on iPlayer at the moment, so click here to listen.