We are entering the fourth industrial revolution. Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, says this revolution is “fundamentally changing the way we live, work, and relate to one another.” In his book, The Fourth Industrial Revolution, Schwab describes how profound shifts are happening across all industries at a velocity, unlike anything we’ve ever experienced. As a result, organizations worldwide are shifting how they work, communicate, express, and learn.
The game has changed, and the question professionals should be asking is – Do I have the abilities that will be valuable in this evolving marketplace? Our research has led us to 5 life-changing capabilities.
We briefly cover these 5 capabilities and explain why they are essential during this time of immense change.
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