From ‘Just-in-Case Learning’ to ‘Just-in-Time Learning’

The skills gap plaguing many companies is forcing them to look within and provide and education that many employees did not—or could not—get in college. Walmart and Starbucks, for example, both offer business and management courses for which employees can get college credit. The in-house courses target areas the companies need their employees to know, rather than the broad strokes most college-level business courses offer. According to an article on the Hechinger Report, the course...
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