Prime Minister Lee joined the President of the WEF to discuss how Singapore has grown so rapidly, expanding on the nation’s geopolitical aspirations, what leadership qualities are essential in the Fourth Industrial Revolution and how technology will continue to transform the region over the coming decade.
Themed around ‘Society and the Future of Work,’ speakers at the World Economic Forum 2020 in Davos, will be discussing the ethics, purpose, and possibilities of tech and how this applies to the workforce as we move into an increasingly digital age.
In an exclusive interaction with People Matters, Ravin Jesuthasan, Author and Managing Director, Willis Towers Watson, shares his perspective on how to redefine leadership, build holistic skills for HR, and manage change successfully in Industry 4.0.
In a globalized world becoming more complex day by day, the key challenge facing organizations is to strengthen their resilience, ensure safety of their employees and to ensure continued operation and survival in the face of risks.
The digital ecosystem continues to expand and the only way to maximize human productivity is to leverage the one tool that is unique to the human resource--the mind. Let’s look at how employees and organizations can become digitally mindful and unlock their true potential.
As we focus on Outlook 2020, Mellissa Ferrier, HR Head, Sales, Practice, & Pre-Sales, Cloud & Infrastructure Services, and the LGBTQ+ Global Lead at Wipro, shares the various facets of the inclusion and diversity equation that are going to be redefined in the corporate landscape of today.