The shutdowns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic forced Corporate America to embark upon a massive work-from-home experiment that presented many unknowns: Can we stay productive? What’s the best way to communicate and collaborate?
A year and a half later, corporate leaders have learned some valuable lessons. One big takeaway: flexibility. CEOs at more than a dozen major U.S. companies talk about what they've learned during the pandemic and what they think the future of work will look like.
Coding bootcamps have once again captured the popular imagination. A new national survey found that 4 percent of American adults—the equivalent of almost 8.4 million people—said they were currently enrolled in a tech bootcamp.
Experts on the field say that’s unusually high—and a sign of widespread public confusion about what constitutes high-quality tech training options and the jobs they open up.