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Entrepreneurs as change agents of sustainable development

With the UN Millennium Development Goals, followed by the Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals, entrepreneurship emerged as a key factor in generating economic value and making a positive impact both from a social and environmental standpoint.

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Fostering exploration and excellence in 21st century schools: UK Executive Summary

What's really driving today's young innovators?

An entrepreneur's perspective

Collectively, young entrepreneurs are innovative by nature and their thinking is an important source of growth and job creation across the world. Today, with digital tools in hand, leaders are better positioned to expand their businesses across borders, seize niche opportunities and shape the global economic future.
 
Yet, most of today’s young entrepreneurs want more than status and a global corporate footprint. Their ideas of success arise from powerful social, political and economic convictions.
 

Tailoring education for the 21st century: perspectives from educators

Preparing students for the future of work

Fostering exploration and excellence in 21st century schools

The need for education systems to evolve along with the demands of the global economy is certain. But the question of how to implement this change at the classroom level is less clear. The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) embarked on a research programme, sponsored by Google for Education, that explores the strategies that are most effective for developing 21st century skills and how technology can support such efforts.
 

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The Right Skills: Bridging the strategy design-delivery gap

When Benoît Claveranne was appointed Chief Transformation Officer of the AXA Group in 2016,1 his first act was to hire Sébastien Van Dyk to head up HR for the transformation teams. Mr Claveranne recalls, “If I did not have someone focusing specifically on people, I had no chance. Integrating talent strategy with the company’s overall strategy may be the most important question of all [for successful delivery].”

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Bridging the Strategy Design-Delivery Gap: What the Leaders are doing

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