Member Since 2022
Institute for Workplace Skills & Innovation
Los Angeles Area
Nicholas Wyman is CEO and Founder of IWSI America. He has sought novel ways to connect youth with the jobs of the future. Nicholas believes the ‘learn by doing’ approach has much to offer in a new world straddling the fault lines of a ‘skills mismatch’. Nick has innovated market-driven solutions to address the long-term workforce issues faced by employers, education institutions, and governments. Nick has built a global conversation around the need to change the status quo in job skills training. His research work and thought-leadership articles are widely published and internationally recognized. Nicholas is the author of Job U: How to Find Wealth and Success by Developing the Skills Companies Actually Need. He is an international expert in workforce development issues and models. Wyman has an MBA and has studied at Harvard Business School and the Kennedy School of Government and was awarded a Churchill Fellowship.
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