Why agility is key to success in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Read a book extract from Leo Tilman and General Charles Jacoby's book Agility.
5 ways students can graduate fully qualified for the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Education must become less rigid and link up more with employers if the future generation of students – and the world economy – are to benefit.
Three ways the Fourth Industrial Revolution is shaping geopolitics
How will the world's superpowers maintain their advantage in the wake of new technologies?
3 ways Melbourne is planning for the Fourth Industrial Revolution
The Melbourne 4.0 taskforce, through careful use of scenario planning, is busy anticipating what 2030 might look like in the city.
4 myths about manufacturing in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
"By dispelling these myths, we will unlock the full potential of the 4IR for industry and usher in a new era of innovation, productivity and inclusive growth."
How to have a good Fourth Industrial Revolution
Three ways to manage the technology, before the technology manages you.
How do we build an ethical framework for the Fourth Industrial Revolution?
As artificial intelligence and genetic technologies gain ground, our shared values can help us balance tech progress with human rights.
Why we need both science and humanities for a Fourth Industrial Revolution education
What combination of subjects and learning styles can best prepare us for the changes that emerging technologies will bring to our society?
Why the Fourth Industrial Revolution needs more arts graduates
With governments increasingly focused on building a STEM pipeline, they are potentially excluding those with the backgrounds required to maximize the benefits of technology.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is changing how we grow, buy and choose what we eat
Disruptive technologies could help distribute food, wealth and data, reduce hunger and waste, and empower farmers. Or they could consolidate the food sector, expanding bad practices rather than correcting them.
What is The Fourth Industrial Revolution 4.0?
What is The Fourth Industrial Revolution 4.0? - Industry Tap
The 4th Industrial Revolution should not destabilise the poor
UWC’s Community Engagement Colloquium concluded on Wednesday with vibrant discussions about putting the community in the forefront of adopting the “wonderful” 4th Industrial Revolution.
How software engineering is like the Industrial Revolution
The Industrial Revolution was a transformation to new manufacturing processes, and it's got striking similarities to today's transformations in software.
What Is The Fourth Industrial Revolution?
You might have heard mention of the fourth industrial revolution and wondered what it meant. Learn the specifics here and what it means for our future.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution
In the process industries apprentices and graduates are taught the underlying science to do their jobs. What we do not do is let their minds wander.
What Is the Fourth Industrial Revolution?
Are we in the middle of a Fourth Industrial Revolution? What impact could new technological advances have on the world?
What is the Fourth Industrial Revolution?
The “Fourth Industrial Revolution” is a common phrase at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. But what exactly does it mean? CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze explains.
How to Succeed in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
As we become fully entrenched in the fast-paced technological revolution called the Fourth Industrial Revolution, it’s important to think about how individuals can prepare in order to not only survive but thrive.Professor Raghu Santanam, chair of the Department of Information Systems at the W.P. Carey School of Business at ASU, says leaders will be required to be bold, have a long-term perspective, and possess an uncanny…
The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Software Systems
What is the Fourth Industrial Revolution / Industry 4.0?Simply, the first industrial revolution brought us the steam engine, progressing to the second with the arrival of mass production assembly lines, thanks to Tom Ford. The third was thanks to the 1970’s and the innovation of the computer, transforming the work space. The fourth is now ushering us into a new fully-connected digital age, as a result of the leaps in computer power and efficiency.
How to be a leader in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Leaders need to learn how to manage people who are not in the office; how to measure and reward performance in the virtual workplace