College graduates are currently entering the workforce with more than just their degrees; they are graduating with more student debt than any other generation. Because of the level of debt they are faced with post-grad, many young professionals are questioning the necessity of their degree on their chosen career path. Luckily, this is not a conversation that is only had over drinks between members of younger generations. Many employers are starting to question whether having a college degree is an accurate indicator of an individual’s success within their organizations.
It’s National Learning and Development month, and here at Abilitie, we’re using this national month-long celebration of skill-building and professional development to share our favorite, thought-provoking resources with our network of L&D professionals. We’ve also consolidated our most-read articles from our own blog in hopes of helping to accelerate you down the path towards professional excellence. Enjoy!
Much is written in the business press about mega M&A deals, billion dollar strategic investments, and global advertising campaigns...this isn’t one of those articles.
Instead, I wanted to look at lessons we can all learn from three stories about the power of ingenuity paired with very little capital.