04 July 2019 - Lunch meeting - Login for venue
After a decade of poor economic performance, with fast growing international competitors, and massive disruption by new technologies, the UK urgently needs to upgrade its skills base. Possible changes could involve the greater use of computer-based learning and skills acquisition, increased educational emphasis on technological education, and increased availability of lifelong training and retraining schemes. The key questions are how to make such changes effective and how to introduce them rapidly and on a scale that will boost UK productivity and performance. Our expert panel will give their views and lead a discussion of what needs to be done.
James Stewart, Vice Chair, KPMG UK
Hans Bossenbroek, CEO, Luminis
Other speakers to be confirmed