Keeping Talent in Michigan: Preparing our Workforce for Technological Change

February 24, 2020

Our panel of experts discuss how can we build a talent pipeline to meet the needs of the future.

Michigan will face a skills gap as artificial intelligence, smart mobility, advanced manufacturing and other innovations disrupt the labor market. Lifelong learning is already essential, and the need to train, and re-train, our workforce will only accelerate.

Amy Cell, Chief Matchmaker, Amy Cell Talent
Brandy Johnson, Policy Advisor, Postsecondary Education & Workforce Development, Executive Office of Governor Gretchen Whitmer
Kavita Phadke, Director of Learning and Development, Bosch USA

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