1) It's smart to hire people smarter than you
Working less would have a range of benefits for workers and employers and the world should embrace the four-day working week, was the message two experts brought to Davos 2019.
From jobs that don't exist yet to AI's gender imbalance, the better we read the signs today, the more likely we are to build a better tomorrow.
The next generation must break out of socio-economic and gender-influenced ambitions if they are to fulfill their potential.
Confidence among global CEOs is on the decline and based on a track record of accurately predicting future economic performance, this could be an important alarm call. Launched at this ye...
These are the messages that 6 Co-Chairs delivered to world leaders at Davos, messages which have been formed through the challenges they have overcome.
New school curricula take so long to develop and implement they are often already outdated by the time they're adopted. How can we speed up the process?
Playtime may be the 'rocket fuel' of child development, but it's fast becoming the privilege of the few. The Real Play Coalition aims to close this growing disparity.
Andria Zafirakou, winner of the $1m Global Teacher Prize, teaches some of the UK’s most deprived children. Here she explains why art in education is the key to unlocking these children’s ...
Nobel Prize Winner for physics Donna Strickland talks through the process of discovery.
Education gaps in the developing world need to be filled if economic mobility is to be kickstarted again.
A nearly complete, multi-billion dollar project under construction outside Cairo - demonstrates the hidden benefits of public-private partnerships.
Education must become less rigid and link up more with employers if the future generation of students – and the world economy – are to benefit.
Under distributed ownership, an enterprise is owned and run jointly by its members, who then share its profits and benefits. A leading social entrepreneur explains how it solve India's ch...
The rise of robots and artificial intelligence might actually open up further job opportunities – if we learn how to effectively channel our talents for the coming age.