Keep up to date with Lynda Gratton’s latest insights and thought leadership activities below.
“I’m assuming we’re all going to work until we’re at least 70, probably 80. That means we have to bring lifelong learning in as part of our everyday thinking about our lives. How might we do that?” Watch the full interview with Lynda here.
“One of the most interesting aspects of all this incredible technological change we see, is that the leader’s role has gone from being hierarchical, where they had all the information — and their job was in a sense to distribute that — to knowledge and information being shared freely across the organization.” Watch the full […]
“As technology changes, as we live longer, we have to have lifelong learning. Business schools can play a key role there. To do that, they have to overcome some barriers and also make some choices.” Listen to the full interview with Lynda here
Lynda Gratton’s book, 100-Year Life, has been mentioned in this article by Forbes, discussing the implications of increased longevity and the break-down of the traditional three-stage life. Read the full article here.
In the new world of work, we may not know for sure which jobs will be destroyed and what will be created, but one thing is clear: Everyone, whatever their age, will at some point have to spend time either re-skilling or upskilling. Read the full article here.