Government and education


Meet public expectations for agility and efficiency found in the private sector.
Governments need to embrace new technology, processes, ideas and skills to deliver the agile, efficient services citizens want and need.

Agility, skills and cybersecurity

Learn how public and private sector leaders can work together to foster national and regional economic competitiveness in an era of uncertainty.

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Latest reports
More than 400 Japanese executives share insights on how business, education and government leaders can work together to build and deepen the talent pool.
Our 2018 annual report shows that an increasingly data-driven economy is transforming global value chains and driving participation of different geographies.
As workplace skills become a key business differentiator, Chinese leaders have an opportunity to redefine business and industry.
Innovative public education programs like P-TECH can help bridge the skills gap and fill new collar, 21st century jobs.
There is a clear imperative to improve scale, experience and speed in learning delivery – yet many organizations are unsure how to forge a new path.
Every industry, including the industry of government, is facing digital disruption. The public expects the agility and efficiency found in the private sector, and governments must appeal to new worke
By addressing challenges directly, Germany can sustain its role as economic engine of the region and industrial inspiration for the world.
After more than a decade of middling growth, Canada’s economy grew at an annualized rate of 3.7 percent in the first quarter of 2017, significantly outpacing the 1.2 percent of real GDP growth in the United States for the same period.

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