While the next generation of workers are familiar and well-equipped with new technologies, the challenge for these workers is to be ready for the future workplace.
This message was loud and clear to the audience at a dialogue session, titled “Realising the Future of Work: A Divided Vision”, which was organised by Dell EMC.
Speaking at the dialogue, Pang Yee Beng, senior vice-president for commercial business in South Asia and Korea at Dell EMC, said: “Some job losses may happen in some years, but more will be created, at least that is from our optimistic point of view.”
In agreement, Hajar Ali, founder of luxury adventure travel company Urbane Nomads, said: “With the introduction of artificial intelligence (AI), people are going to find work that is more fulfilling for them, more of a personal satisfaction.”
Read the full article titled “Preparing the Next Generation for New Jobs” to find out how businesses can create a new competitive edge through the empowerment of new generation learners with new tools for thinking and collaboration.
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This post may contain excerpts from an article entitled “Preparing the Next Generation for New Jobs” published in The Business Times on 28 March, 2018.