Learning has always been one of the secret weapons of the world’s highest performing companies. Kelly and David’s book unlocks this secret and is filled with advice on how to make learning a competitive advantage for any company.
It’s critical for companies to develop and build a high-quality, global workforce that can meet the challenges posed by the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The Expertise Economy is a must-read for anyone who cares about the future of their workforce and organization.
Timely, clever, and useful insights on how learning enables individuals and organizations to flourish in a rapidly changing world. Anyone or any company seeking to learn how to learn will savor these insights and master these principles.
In The Expertise Economy, Kelly Palmer and David Blake make a compelling case for why it’s high time companies make learning a core part of their strategy – and show how best to do so. As the economy undergoes rapid transformation, we should heed their call.
The Expertise Economy makes clear the importance of skills in the corporate world. For most companies, understanding what skills your employees have, what skills they need, and their agility in learning new skills, will bring a competitive edge in the future.
Technological change is going to make the skills of the workforce all the more critical for corporate success. This insightful and persuasive book shows how technology itself can be used to identify, provide, and measure the skills that individuals need to thrive. The technological revolution will transform will corporate learning and this book describes how. This is a smart book about creating a smart workforce.
The Expertise Economy shows how companies can use learning and skills as key differentiators to stay ahead of the competition and ultimately help close the widening skills gap.
…Kelly Palmer and David Blake make a persuasive case that companies play a huge role in shaping the future of learning. This excellent book offers practical and evidence-based insights that can help CEOs and other business leaders challenge the status quo.
Disruption in any industry is a process, not a one-time event. With so much change on the horizon, Kelly and David highlight the imperative firms have to harness learning to stay in the game.
Brilliant, timely and significant, this book blows the lid off the learning theories of the past!