The global economy is back on its feet and growing steadily - but there are three major issues we need to address to keep that up, says Jim Yong Kim, President of the World Bank.
If an airline can save $100,000 by removing an olive from a salad, what can philanthropists achieve with small improvements?
Government programmes have failed to keep pace with the changes in the workforce.
Analysis of more than 20,000 children's drawings of the jobs they want when they grow up suggest a significant mismatch between their aspirations and the jobs available.
With industries in flux, online learning will be an essential part of the digital economy – and can allay the anxieties that come with change.
Universities have a pivotal role to play in the 4IR. They must develop new technologies, grapple with the broader consequences of the 4IR, and educate the next generation.
A fossilized dinosaur tail discovered in Morocco will be auctioned to raise funds for the reconstruction of thousands of schools .
The very technology that is causing so much labour disruption can also help us adapt. But we need to adopt new education methods and new attitudes faster.
The next recession will show that our labour market is not ready to deal with the wave of digitisation and automation
There is no silver bullet to ending global inequality. It takes all of us working together to achieve measurable results at scale for our world’s most vulnerable children and families.
Robots and computers are taking over our workplaces. It's a scary thought for many - but we can create a future that works for everyone. Here's how
Universities must meet the challenges of the digital revolution head on
Companies are recognizing and responding to the need for re-skilling and lifelong learning.
Asked about their greatest regrets, a majority of retired CEOs cite their inability to make bolder decisions on people matters.
Why people should take the time to learn new things as an investment in themselves.