QUOTED: Phoenix Focus

I was interviewed late last year by Ashley Milne-Tyte for an article on the future of work, and how to gain competitive skills as new competencies emerge. Or, as I grumbled last month:  

From “Tomorrow’s Job Market,”

“Smith says everyone will need to regularly re-educate themselves. And for many of us, that means taking classes. ‘The danger is that traditional universities aren’t moving fast enough to keep up with this [pace of change],’ he says. ‘It opens up the field to nontraditional players—places you can go for a week, two weeks, three weeks to add skills to your core competencies.’ Or even half a day, if you’re just brushing up. And, of course, you can always study online. Just make sure you do some research before picking your educational destination.”