HUMAN VS COMPUTER: BECOMING MORE EMPLOYABLE THAN AN ALGORITHM
Will technology leave us redundant, or free us up to create knowledge, problem solve and work collaboratively?
THRIVING AMID THE RISE OF THE MACHINES
Futurists have warned about the impact automation could have on the human workforce. Does it mean a re-think about what jobs humans can do better than machines?
By 2030, two-thirds of the world’s middle class will live in Asia and Australian business leaders have a lot of work to do to become Asia-capable in the 21st century.
HIRING FOR PERSONALITY, TRAINING FOR SKILL
As workplaces demand more of their employees, having only technical skills or expertise is no longer enough.
ADAPTING TO THE SPEED OF CHANGE
Is emotional resilience a skill that can be taught to help the next generation prepare for the unpredictable workplace of the future?
THE JOBS OF 2027
In ten years, jobs we’re familiar with now will change as emerging technologies impact on how we work.
WORKING IN AN AUTONOMOUS WORLD
As autonomous technology becomes a part of every-day life, what impact will they have on where and how we live and work?
THE NEW HYPER-REALITY OF WORK
Augmented and virtual realities could dramatically change how we work in the future, but the gaming technology is already having an impact in education and training.
5 WAYS THE FUTURE OF WORK COULD CHANGE FOR WOMEN
The last generation saw a significant shift towards equality for women in the workplace in Australia, but what could the future of work look like for women?