African companies seeking to drive sustained high performance have the unique opportunity to define the future of work and use the underlying themes as differentiating factors on how they attract, identify, develop and deploy their talent.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has made a big splash in the training industry. From automating certain administrative tasks to enabling adaptive learning platforms that provide truly personalized learning, the applications have been numerous – and...
Women may be more subject to technology-driven marginalization than any other group, according to the World Economic Forum: Fifty-seven percent of the jobs that will be disrupted by technology by 2026 are currently held by women.
Soft skills are increasingly the skills that will make employees – and the organizations they work for – more competitive.
Automation has become a perennial popular topic, stirring anxieties of its impact on life and work. Is the sky falling yet?
As we enter the age of artificial intelligence, the most sought-after skills are those that make us most human.
Let’s look at four of the uniquely human skills that will be essential in a business climate dominated by human/machine collaboration and touch upon how leaders can develop them in their team members.
Technology is helping close the skills gap by automating long- and short-term career growth and planning.