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Infosys president Ravi Kumar has some tips on creating a resilient workforce. The future belongs to those who can learn to learn, learn to unlearn, and learn to relearn, Kumar says. Here are three points to ponder as we try to help the workforce learn better.

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  • Problem finding / solving is inherent in the creative industries, yet so much has been made better at this point. I love the concept of ‘problem finders’ the irony is beautiful. Yet the solutions are focused on only a few industries, food, retail, transactions, most divergent thinkers seem to be applying

    Problem finding / solving is inherent in the creative industries, yet so much has been made better at this point. I love the concept of ‘problem finders’ the irony is beautiful. Yet the solutions are focused on only a few industries, food, retail, transactions, most divergent thinkers seem to be applying their skills to these sectors.

    As a Jeweler there is no shortage of problems in my industry to try and solve. We need more innovative lifelong learners who seek to initiate change.