4th Industrial Revolution


Preparing the workforce for 4IR

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      Suzanne Hattingh
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      Skills@Work published my article on: Preparing the workforce for the fourth Industrial Revolution.
      Topics covered include:
      Changes in the nature of work and occupations
      Changes in employer-employee relationships
      Skills required by the workforce of 2025-2030
      Preparing for a new partnership with machines
      Are we training people for a world that no longer exists?
      Are we preparing the workforce for occupations that no longer exist?
      “All of us are responsible for guiding (the 4IR) evolution, in the decisions we make on a daily basis as citizens, consumers, and investors. We should thus grasp the opportunity and power we have to shape the Fourth Industrial Revolution and direct it toward a future that reflects our common objectives and values … In the end, it all comes down to people and values. We need to shape a future that works for all of us by putting people first and empowering them.” (Schwab, 2015)

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