The Future of Leadership and the Workforce in the Age of Prediction | MilkenInstitute

Advancements in technology and trends in globalization, demographics, and macroeconomics are raising the caliber of skills required to succeed in the workforce. Leaders across sectors are attempting to predict the impact and opportunities of industrialization, automation, and artificial intelligence to maintain a competitive advantage. What are the most important effects of technology on business leadership, labor, and society? With over a third of the global workforce expected to change occupation by 2030, how can we best prepare for the future?

Discussion: This is a very good video to see the views of different leaders. These are some of the questions they ask. What are the most important effects of technology on business leadership, labor, and society? With over a third of the global workforce expected to change occupation by 2030, how can we best prepare for the future?

Moderator Caroline Fairchild Managing News Editor, LinkedIn

Speakers

Dave McKay President and CEO, RBC

Mike McNamara CEO, Flex

Igor Tulchinsky Founder, Chairman and CEO, WorldQuant LLC

Jeff Wong Global Chief Innovation Officer, EY #MIGlobal http://www.milkeninstitute.org/events…

Courses: Leadership, International Business.

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