My latest post on Harvard Business Review is now live:
Using robots in training programs to overcome challenges pushes participants out of their comfort zone. It deepens their awareness of complexity and builds ownership and responsibility.
The array of skills and work techniques that this kind of training offers is more in need today than ever, as technology is rapidly changing the skills demanded in the workplace.
Instead of programming people to act like robots, why not teach them to become programmers, creative thinkers, architects, and engineers? Read more on HBR.org