WITH recent news of retrenchments and economic uncertainty especially for PMETs (professionals, managers, executives and technicians), a key concern for most people is remaining employable in an uncertain time. With this in mind, the Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) conducted a series of discussions during a recent seminar on Human Capital Development in Industry 4.0.
The seminar brought together business owners, educational institutions, futurists and policy-makers to define the ambiguous Industry 4.0 term and to discuss how businesses, workers and policy-makers can adapt to the changing times. While a broad range of topics were discussed, several key ideas were iterated throughout the entire seminar.
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