Some areas will experience change by evolution, others more rapidly but, one thing is certain - there will be change. As the digital era advances, the job market will see its fair share of changes too.
In the South African telecoms sector, digitally savvy consumers, armed with virtual royal sceptres such as Facebook and Twitter, have forced communications service providers down transformative highways, and reimagined customer experience
While available online information may give previously unknown insights, is it enough to truly know who you are forming alliances or associations with and who you are entrusting, especially when it comes to your business information?
Skills are scarce and keeping talent on-board is not easy. The worst is when you try to ply talent with money, creating an arms race with competitors. But the catalyst of talent acquisition and retention has become the workplace itself.
To remain relevant in this era of change, automation and IoT, CIOs must reinvent themselves. Whether they can add value now will rely very much on their ability to build their skills above the automation layer
Gen Z and Millennials said in-person communication was their weakest communication style, while video and text messaging were the easiest. Older generations typically prefer face-to-face communications.