While no one can predict the future, we definitely know that there are massive shifts occurring in today’s workplaces. According to the World Economic Forum, 5 million jobs that exist today will not exist in the next decade. And, in a few short years, over one third of the skills that are considered to be most important in today’s workforce, will have changed.
By 2020, the Fourth Industrial Revolution will have brought us advanced robotics, autonomous transport, artificial intelligence and machine learning, advanced materials, biotechnology and genomics. And, the only thing for certain is that the future workforce will need to be prepared for the changes ahead. So, now’s not the time to be passive, it’s time to FUTURE PROOF yourself!
You’ll find more information on How to Future Proof Yourself here.
The world’s talking about the digital revolution and the rampant speed of change in the new economy. Everyday brings new technologies, new market entrants and heightened consumer expectations, yet many businesses are still not responding or feeling compelled to act.
Innovation is no longer a choice. It is an imperative. Innovation has become a core driver of growth, performance and, customer and talent acquisition.
It’s also a key source of current and long term competitive advantage with those who pursue innovative efforts more likely to survive longer and deliver higher returns. The not so good news is that innovation is not easy and many organisations are struggling to make it work.
What changes is your business making to survive and remain relevant? How much are you investing in breakthrough innovation for long-term growth? Can your business model survive new, disruptive market entrants? What will be your future growth engine?
You’ll find more information on Mindshift for Executive Leaders here.