Rajeeb Dey at Davos 2014: Reshaping Education Is A Matter Of Urgency

How can we tackle the systemic failures in education that our graduates must do battle with today? I was fortunate to have the chance to address this topic as a panelist in the session I moderated on Tuesday on the topic of Reshaping Education, at this year’s Davos, the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum.

 

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How To Hire An Intern: The Interview

Your computer is groaning under the virtual weight of applications, you’ve shortlisted some awesome candidates, and it’s time to take things OFFLINE. Yikes. Interviews ahoy.

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How To Hire An Intern: Nailing Your Company Profile

Zeroing in on the right talent for your company can be a bit of a headache, but if you hit the bullseye, the results are alchemy. Here, we furnish you with all you need to know about pimping out your company as The Irrefutable Place To Be – whenever and wherever you cast your net.

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Knowledge Is Power: 4 Steps To Staying Afloat In A Sea Of Online Content

The connected world is awash with a rising tide of information, opinions, and contradictions. If you’re sinking rather than swimming, peep our 4 steps on how to navigate the stormy seas of online content.

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Coding: Why The 2014 Curriculum Is A Good Thing

Here it is again, the ol’ c-word. Coding. You’re probably sick to the back teeth of us continually harping on about how an ability to code is awesome/important/lucrative. But it IS awesome/important/lucrative, darn it.

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8 pieces of advice you need to hear (from people who know what they’re talking about)

On this thing called The Internet it’s difficult to move for inspirational quotes here and personal mantras there. Now, we’re not saying that Gandhi doesn’t have a lot to offer (peace bro, seriously), but – maybe it’s just us – we prefer to get our practical advice from people succeeding in the here and now. People who, you know, are still alive.

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Dan Wagner of Powa Technologies: CEO of the week

With the UK technology sector booming, it’s never been a better time to found your own tech start-up and make a name for yourself as a young entrepreneur. But as we all know, starting out and making the right impression can be a tricky business and, ultimately, being truly successful isn’t just about having good ideas – it’s about having staying power.  Continue reading Dan Wagner of Powa Technologies: CEO of the week

Back To School: Ten Things We Can Learn From Our Younger Selves

It’s back to school for tiny tots all over the country- and it strikes us we’ve been just the tiniest bit biased in our reporting so far. We’ve got advice for entrepreneurs, advice from Romans, advice for candidates, advice from sharks, advice for job hunters of all shapes and sizes- but nothing for or from the under fives. Who, as everyone knows, are the wisest of the wise. Continue reading Back To School: Ten Things We Can Learn From Our Younger Selves