Complex Problem Solving is Your Top Skill

Be ready for the Fourth Industrial Revolution!

According to the new World Economic Forum Report “The Future of Jobs” the most required skill is Complex Problem Solving together with Creativity and Critical Thinking.

Train yourself! Start with simple problems, for example, at Aplisclick, do it regularly and grow your most important skill.

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Daan Roosegaarde uses technology and creative thinking to produce imaginative, earth-friendly designs and highlights the importance of the problem solving skills.

“There are no passengers on spaceship earth. We are all crew.” – Marshall McLuhan

 

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Dream Math

Everybody dreams.

rsauter-boyThe boy dreams of being an astronaut.

How long does he need to study and work until his dream can become reality?

Answer

 

Which job does not require math?

 

The photograph courtesy of Roland Sauter

 

Project Starters

Challenging puzzlers to create a positive attitude to real projects.

Work Hard – Aim High

Wikipedia article on Skills

Teacher’s job is not teaching

Teacher’s job is not teaching. Teacher’s job is helping students to learn.

Students learn ( Math )  to be able creating value for others in the future.

WSJ: Mathematician is The Best Job

Starting from 2009, The Wall Street Journal repeats “Another day, another reason to get better at math.” Mathematicians top the list of the Best Job:

The 10 Best Jobs of 2014Financial charts with lighthouse on the background

There are not many positions that are called “mathematician”. When you are good in math you work as a Problem Solver and have different titles: engineer, project manager, CIO, CTO, CEO, software engineer, business developer, etc.

Choose the Best Job = be good in Math!

How to Make Decisions: Slow or Fast?

The mind makes 35,000 decisions a day.

Half of all business decisions end in failure.

Data-centered decision-making results in 5-6% productivity increase.

Make your decision based on data and reasoning (when it is possible).

(c) 2014 Merit Career Development.

(c) 2014 Merit Career Development. http://www.meritcd.com