British Columbians don’t need to be told they’re living in times of enormous complexity and accelerating disruption. Many of today’s jobs were beyond the imagination just a few years ago, requiring hybrid talents of technical expertise plus specialized knowledge and soft skills.
Fostering those skills and talents requires post-secondary institutions to adapt more quickly and profoundly than have before, transforming learning to prepare students, employees, and life-long learners to succeed in the new world of work. How will post-secondary institutions navigate through such challenging times?
In this edition of Human Capital Law and Policy, read how B.C. post-secondary leaders Kathy Kinloch and Philip Steenkamp are charting the way forward at their respective institutions -- BCIT and Royal Roads University.