SEEC holds Virtual Fireside Chat Series with experts on leadership
Each day we are faced with uncertainty and disruption. COVID-19 has turned the w...
For businesses in all industries, AI, digitization, and automation are opening the door to tremendous opportunities for innovation and growth – and creating new challenges and complexities for employers. Organizations in every sector are struggling to attract, recruit and retain people with the skills needed to help them succeed in a digitized, automated, AI-driven world. […]Posted on
A growing skills deficit looms over the corporate world. In the next decade, the World Economic Forum estimates that up to a billion people worldwide will need to develop new skills to remain current. Steps to prepare workers for the new realities of employment need to be taken – and the private sector, governments and […]Posted on
The current pandemic has made remote work, telecommuting and health protocols the norm in these uncertain times. When the containment phase ends, the disruption to the employment landscape will not be over. In fact, some of the impact will be permanent. Workers need to be prepared for the potentially volatile future that lies ahead. Even […]Posted on
As many people already know, the COVID-19 crisis of 2020 has made dramatic changes to our way of life. The reactions vary from despair to determination but for organizations the way forward must be charted, and planning must begin for what some are calling the “new normal”. In response, the Schulich Executive Education Centre will […]Posted on
During the last 18 months, we asked senior executives in Canada about their preparations for digital disruption and transformation. We did not know that a global pandemic and deep economic recession would hit just as we were finishing our research. By Ron Babin and Shane Saunderson, Centre of Excellence in Disruption and Transformation Canadian organizations […]Posted on