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6 Habits of Super Learners
Becoming a super learner is one of the most important skills you need to succeed in the 21st century. In the age technological change, staying ahead depends on continual self-education — a lifelong mastery of new models, skills and ideas.
In a world that’s changing fast, the ability to learn a new skill as fast as possible is quickly becoming a necessity. The good news is, you don’t need a natural gift to be better at learning something new even when you have a full-time career.
Many polymaths (people who have excelled in diverse pursuits) — including Charles Darwin, Leonardo da Vinci and the Nobel prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman — claimed not to have exceptional natural intelligence.
Toyota Motor Corp. is in the final stages of negotiations with its labor union to adopt in spring a fully performance-based system for annual wage increases, sources said Thursday.
The leading Japanese automaker will abolish seniority-based regular pay hikes if it wins approval from the labor union, the sources said.
Under the proposed merit-based system, job performance ratings will decide the size of annual wage increases, and employees may receive no increase in pay depending on the ratings, the sources said. It hopes to shift to the new pay system in fiscal 2021, which starts in April next year.
Automakers face an urgent need to improve their competitiveness as the industry is in the midst of a once-in-a-century transformation, analysts said.
As the world shifts to more environmentally friendly ways to power cars and trucks, electric vehicles and fuel cell vehicles have grabbed much of the spotlight. But perhaps another type of fuel should be added to that list as a green alternative to gasoline: e-fuel.
Europe has been looking at carbon neutral e-fuel and plans to have it play a crucial role in many modes of transport, from planes and ships to large trucks, as it works toward a goal of carbon neutrality by 2050.
Japanese automakers have also been conducting basic research on e-fuel as a possible major green alternative to EVs as Europe is set to introduce tougher vehicle emissions standards in 2030, industry sources say.
With that background, it’s timely to take a closer look at e-fuel.