Integrity + Innovation
Symposium on the Economics of Ignorance
Join Judy and Veronika on
September 18, 2020
Who is this Symposium for?
This symposium is for professionals engaged in workforce development and credentialing.
Why this Symposium?
The pace of change in business has and will continue to accelerate. Unfortunately, the focus has been on standardization to avoid error. The intent of the symposium is to challenge our role in preparing the workforce for the demands of today. During the symposium, attendees will learn about best practices in preparing the workforce for challenges whose solutions require an innovative mindset and systems thinking to address global sustainability challenges. Other topics include:
Speakers include: John Schehl, Dir. of Certification and Global Relations who will tell the story of how NRCA is leading an industry wide initiative to upskill the trades. Dr. Rob Foshay will share the research on how organizations can foster a culture that supports critical thinking and innovation. Veronika Shestakova will speak on the importance of critical thinking to manage the bias inherent in AI. Even Jahr, President of the Odessa Rotary International will speak on how social service organizations can support initiatives designed to promote a broader mindset.
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