While pondering management in the digital age, social philosopher Charles Handy draws examples from his own illustrious career. Using a pleasant though meandering style, Handy addresses how digital technologies enable people to shape their own destinies and examines what challenges this shift presents. getAbstract recommends Handy’s warm, insightful talk to recruitment managers and to young graduates embarking on their career paths.
In this summary, you will learn
- How young people’s career aspirations are changing,
- How recruitment managers must tweak their efforts in order to attract the best and the brightest, and
- What ramifications the digital age will have for education and government.
About the Speaker
Charles Handy wrote The Second Curve and several other books on organizational behavior and management.
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