For example, here are some initial readings: http://service-science.info/archives/3297
Many employers wish they could hire students who “know it all” deeply, not possible today, so a well-chosen team of T-shapes is a first order approximation.
The T Summit 2014 will focus on improving university-industry partnerships to co-create more T-shapes (skills for the future, depth and breadth).
For example, 10x mentorships might lead to 2x internships and 100% increase in quality of hires – building everyone’s professional social networks as well.
The T Summit 2014 at IBM Research – Almaden, San Jose, CA March 24-25, 2014
Free registration (space is limited, so we plan to stream): http://www.tsummit2014.org
Some readings: http://service-science.info/archives/3297
All participants (at Almaden) will be given a copy of the book:
Smart Machines: IBM’s Watson and the Era of Cognitive Computing
IBM wants to hire T-shaped adaptive innovators to co-create a Smarter Planet.
T Summit 2015 is in early stages of being planned – and will perhaps be in Washington DC at the National Academies.
ISSIP.org is a professional network for T-shaped individuals, growing their “know who” as well as their “know what” “know how” and “know why” across disciplines, sectors, and regions.
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