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There is no stopping the “Future of Work,” and the Center for Asia Leadership (CAL) is bridging the gap so people can learn about it firsthand. For the first time, CAL has organized a research and learning trip for fifteen young scholars on the emerging realities of future productivity, culture, skills, and capabilities, in Singapore from Dec. 29 to Jan. 4.
Everyone from the CEO to the rank and file knows every organization needs learning and development. But how much do organizations consider it a prime strategy for long-term success and agility?
What skills will companies need to thrive in IR 4.0? Gain innovation skills at this Design Thinking workshop on Nov. 28-29, 2019 in Kuching, Malaysia.
Organizations that take future of work predictions seriously has dived headlong into training their workforce.
I like the way I am. I’m comfortable not standing out, without fighting for attention. A camp experience though, especially with such a provocative theme, “Do You Have It?” is bound to reveal what’s important, crucial even, in getting ahead.
Every good story has a beginning, middle, and an end. Any story which doesn’t have all three is unfinished, unsatisfactory, an inappropriate cliffhanger – or all three at once. As a self-proclaimed poet, you would think that I’d be more familiar with these three steps, and yet, wracked by self-doubt, I still struggle with crafting the perfect ending.
Pundits agree that the those who will shape the future are not those with glamourous job titles or even those with the most experience.
Does the secret to priming your team for an uncertain future lie in technical skills? Or soft skills? Or both?
Isn’t it so tempting to relax on a luscious bed of status quo? Projected growth looks promising; profit margins are healthy; employees are happy; customers are happier.