We operate at the intersection of technology, artificial intelligence, education, workforce, inequality and poverty, diversity and access to opportunity, and economic development and social mobility. These domains of life, economy and society are on the brink of profound transformation. Some of these important aspects have been analyzed and highlighted in research reports published by organizations such as Accenture and McKinsey.
Our innovation is unfolding at an ever greater speed and holds the potential to impact large populations the world over. Sharing openly what we do, what we work on, and how we envision the future is critical to our mission of reaching people of all walks of life, businesses, schools, communities, and governments. We included here books and podcasts that discuss Knack. If you’d like to learn more and discuss Knack in an upcoming book or program, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We like to share what we do, what we work on, and where we’re heading. Informing and sharing is critical to the people and organizations we serve and to our ability to innovate. We included here some of the conferences we presented and spoke at. If you'd like us to join an upcoming conference or program, email us at email@example.com.
We think it’s important to share our story, the innovations we’re working on, and the future we envision and are working to create. We’re grateful the press has been a close partner of ours as we build Knack. We frequently talk with reporters, TV and radio hosts, bloggers, and books authors. Sharing what we do helps us tell the Knack story and bring its power to the people. Also, some journalists are keen social observers, and we learn a lot from talking with them and taking their questions.
There are many great articles here, each with a different angle: Don Peck’s cover story in The Atlantic highlights how our games and big data revolutionize the way companies identify high-potential innovators; other articles, like Ben Paynter’s piece in Wired, show what Knack means for people from any walk of life; and Peter Coy’s Bloomberg article poses (and answers) a fundamental question.
If you’d like to interview us for an upcoming story or feature, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are the stories shared by our customers and partners as we work together to help people find the best education and career paths to realize their potential. If you’d like to interview us for an upcoming story or feature, please email us at email@example.com.