English novelist George Orwell once said that "Every generation imagines itself to be more intelligent than the one that went before it, and wiser than the one that comes after it." No doubt if you ask a Baby Boomer, a Gen-Xer or a Millennial if they think this is their experience, many will agree.
The great equalizer to address this is education. What we don't know we can learn and it's never been easier to do so than today. Online education has flourished and at the top of the heap is US-listed online course platform Coursera. Founded a decade ago by a couple of computer science professors from Stanford University, the organisation now boasts more than 110 million users in its books.
But how do you close the generational divide in the world of financial services while solving the challenges of the so-called 'Great Resignation'? Coursera's managing director, India and APAC, explains the answer is simpler than you think.
Find out more in the article.