Shopping has never been the same since the arrival of e-commerce. Whether you're shopping online or in-person, e-commerce is here to stay. Recent statistics show that e-commerce currently accounts for 19.5% of all retail sales and is expected to reach 21.8% by 2024.
The pandemic has led to one of the most significant organisation design shocks of our lifetime – remote work. While work from home was a possibility for many before COVID struck us, it has become a reality with which we will have to live for a long time to come.
Significant growth in the network security market, the constant requirement of secure remote access and access to cyber technologies is anticipated following the adoption of the remote work model. This is leading to increasing investments in cyber technologies to curb security risks associated with hybrid work.
Principles are vital truths. They are the fundamental base on which something can be constructed. They are “what matters most”. The deeper, more profound “yes” within us. Preferences are multiple ways or alternatives of upholding a principle.
In an exclusive webcast in association with Pearson, Matt Stevens, Head of TalentLens UK, shared with us how can organizations assess critical thinking and what implication does it have for the future of work.