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Life expectancy is going up, pensions are declining. Meanwhile the official retirement age has been abolished, while the age at which you can draw your state pension is rising. As a result, more and more of uswill have to work until our 70s, or even our 80s. So, asks David Baker, is this the end […]
Lynda Gratton has published a new article in the MIT Sloan Management Review. This time Lynda wrote about scaling soft skills. Read the full article here.
Lynda Gratton, the London Business School’s professor of management practice and the co-author of the book 100-Year Life, has become an adviser to Japan’s top leadership, informing ministers last year that it was likely that half the children born in Japan today will live beyond 100. Read the full article in the Financial Times here.
The Spanish edition of The 100-Year Life by Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott was awarded KnowSquare’s book prize in Madrid on 23 April.
Listen to BBC Today programme – Lynda Gratton contributed about working for longer. You can access the link here, and Lynda’s contribution starts one hour and 33 minutes into the programme.