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The Future of Education

Education is in flux. There is pressure to keep up with the accelerating changes in the workforce and industry. Companies are worried about hiring the specialized skills needed and as a result, apprenticeships and internships are re-emerging as mechanisms to teach specific technical and soft skills. Employers are beginning to look deeper and more creatively at the human capital supply chain.

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About the Authors

Maria Bothwell

As CEO of Toffler Associates, Maria taps into deep experience with strategy development and execution, customer experience, business performance management, acquisition integration, and organizational transformation. She is an energetic and insightful executive who brings dedication and know-how to help organizations define business strategy, lead high performing teams, grow new markets, and create measurable results.

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