Yesterday, the MBA students welcomed Dr. Terence Tsé who talked about Megatrends.
Megatrends – powerful, transformative forces that could change the global economy, business and society – have been changing the way we live for centuries. Identifying the potential for change is a key driver of business and investment decision-making.
The interconnectivity that characterizes the world today means that none of these megatrends exists in isolation; when trends collide and overlap, new business opportunities and investment themes appear.
Dr. Tsé dedicated a few hours in the morning to specifically speak about Artificial Intelligence (AI). AI will radically change our lives and just not the ways you might think.
It will also deeply change the nature of work itself and lead to the creation of jobs that don’t exist yet.
Thus, in the afternoon, the MBA students brainstormed about how AI can impact the future of work and jobs in 2025: what individual skills would be needed, how individual preferences would change and how companies would have to re-organize themselves, etc.
An intensive and exciting day for our MBA students!
Terence is a Co-Founder and Executive Director of Nexus FrontierTech, a London-based tech company specializing in the development and integration of AI solutions that help organizations save time, money and resources by tacking process inefficiencies and data waste.
He is a co-author (with Mark Esposito, Ph.D and Danny Goh) of The AI Republic: Building the Nexus Between Humans and Intelligent Automation, an international bestseller on Amazon. He also co-wrote the best seller Understanding How the Future Unfolds: Using DRIVE to Harness the Power of Today’s Megatrends. The framework contained therein was nominated for the CK Prahalad Breakthrough Idea Award by Thinkers50, the most prestigious award in business thought leadership. The DRIVE framework has also led Chartered Management Institute’s own magazine Professional Manager in the UK to name Terence as one of the 18 new voices in 2018 that reshape management and leadership. Talent Quarterly in the US called the DRIVE framework one of the 24 trends transforming talent management in the years to come.
He also wrote the book Corporate Finance: The Basics.
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