U.S. executives tell the American Management Association (AMA) there are “four Cs” important to growing their businesses in the 21st century. The four skills are critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity. Sure, the “three Rs” of reading, writing, and arithmetic are still important, but three out of four executives say the “four Cs” will become more important in the next three to five years because of the pace of change and global competition. Furthermore, more than half surveyed say there is signiﬁcant room for improvement in the “four Cs” among their employees. The 2012 Critical Skills Survey, conducted in December, 2012 is based on the opinions of 768 managers and other executives. Check out the skills and what you can do to improve your workplace effectiveness.
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