A Wharton professor and organizational psychologist has a hiring exercise any exec should try
- A major talking point at the World Economic Forum’s 2019 annual conference in Davos, Switzerland was how millions of jobs will be affected by rapid technological growth.
- In a panel moderated by Business Insider, Wharton’s Adam Grant said the key to thriving in the so-called “Fourth Industrial Revolution” was the development of internal skills training.
- He said if he were running a company, the first thing he’d do is make a list of skills his company required, and develop training courses to teach those skills to existing employees.
After surveying 33,000 people around the world for its latest annual trust survey,