higher education

Deloitte Accounts for the Future with Higher Education

As companies look to the future of talent, corporate-university partnerships can play a useful role. Deloitte’s Jon Raphael discusses how his firm works with professors to shape education curriculum for the next generation.

Faced with a continuous need for innovation and a growing skills gap, companies are getting creative and forging partnerships with educators and students to get a jump on identifying and developing the next generation of accountants and auditors. At Deloitte, a global professional services firm, partnerships include the annual Robert M. Trueblood Seminars for Professors, hosted by the Deloitte Foundation and the American Accounting…

Got Skills Gaps? Partner Up

When companies find that their employees lack critical skills, the right higher education partnerships can make all the difference when filling the gaps.

A relevant curriculum may not be foolproof but it’s a good first step.

Curriculum Redesign May Be Just What Higher Education Needs

When it comes to education curriculum design, “out with the old and in with the new” won’t work, but a focused adaptation to integrate new competencies and learning models may better prepare students for the workforce.

The Center for Curriculum Redesign’s Charles Fadel thinks the goal of education should be to teach students how to navigate the professional world.