Technology that people used to talk about moving into the workplace “someday” is no longer just around the corner. Augmented and virtual reality, the Internet of Things, machine learning and artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles are here and now in the present with a barrage of innovationsthat are being delivered at a rapid-fire pace.
A presentation from a Central Europe Chapter event.
We live in a truly digital world. From mobile apps to the Internet of Things (IoT), information, services, and products can now be delivered almost instantly via the swipe of a finger or click of a button. These advancements in technology have positively impacted almost every industry in one way or another.
Business leaders are realizing a more liquid workforce can become their new competitive advantage.
Faced with an often difficult "new normal" in the post-2008 economic sphere, both individuals and corporations are re-examining how their resources are used. Out of this has grown a "sharing" or "gig" economy; one that eschews traditional ownership to promote maximum efficiency of labor and materials.
The CBRE Americas Investor Intentions Survey 2018 reflects the investment sentiment of nearly 300 investors focused on the Americas in 2018. Investors are more positive going into 2018 than they were at the start of last year, planning marginally more purchasing activity. Risk tolerance is expected to remain unchanged, but investors' search for yeild and asset diversification is pushing them toward value-add assets, secondary markets and "alternatives" in 2018.
The labor market is transforming at a heavy pace. While the "hiring" and "firing" part of an employment relationship used to be in the hands of the employer – the power balance is shifting heavily in favor of the knowledge worker. Led by a growing skills shortage, advancing technologies, generational shifts and evolving dynamics around the nature of work, today’s pursuit for talent has never been more competitive.
A presentation from the 2018 India Conference
A presentation from the 2018 India Conference.
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