Tag Archives: Fourth Industrial Revolution

South Africa’s Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Report 2019/2020 (GEM)

Titled Igniting startups for economic growth and social change, South Africa’s GEM report provides answers to this question: How do we ensure that more entrepreneurs flourish in South Africa? Solutions range from strengthening , to aligning learning, mentorship and support for entrepreneurs. It also includes providing entrepreneurial education for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) and the digital economy. […]
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8 Tips to lead the next generation (WEForum)

by Waida Ait Hamza With the Fourth Industrial Revolution changing the way we work and live and a new generation entering the workforce, we must redefine what it means to be a leader. The new generation who is joining the job market for the first time is very different from the baby boomers or even […]
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10 Most important work skills in 2020 (The Muse)

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3 reasons why CEOs are optimistic about 2018

By: Bob Moritz January 22, 2018 Source: https://www.weforum.org You don’t have to look far for signs that we live in tumultuous times. Geopolitical uncertainty, cyberattacks, and jobs threatened by artificial intelligence are just a few of the topics that dominated headlines in 2017. But despite these harbingers of gloom, a record-breaking percentage of CEOs told us they […]
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Industry 4.0 – The future of the Factory

By: BCM Advanced Research Source: http://www.bcmcom.com/solutions_application_industry40.htm

What new jobs will exist in 2035? (Weforum)

By: Joe Myers  February 29, 2016 Source:  https://www.weforum.org

13 signs the fourth industrial revolution is almost here (The World Economic Forum)

The pace and scale of technological change is so frenetic that some predict we are entering a fourth industrial revolution, powered by artificial intelligence (AI), the internet of things and big data. Indeed, the changes are coming so thick and fast, that it can be difficult to take a step back and attempt to understand […]
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