In the ever-changing world of future business, soft skills may not be everything but it’s the closest thing to ‘everything’ we got.
Former CEO Giam Swiegers reflects on the best gift that he received from Aurecon and its employees over the past four years.
Predicting the future does not seem so far-fetched anymore. But, do you want to know everything that lies ahead? No spoilers please!
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Investing in yourself is probably the hardest but the most selfless thing you could do in the long run. It's the king investment.
Robots are making their way to an office near you. They are smarter than you, they are cheaper than you, and they won’t vie for the corner office… like you.
Not ticking anyone off? Then you just aren’t trying hard enough!
The question for engineers is, are you still living like one? Because they may need to be reminded that the job of an engineer is a great one.
The future workforce is dumping traditional management structures into a serious identity crisis, leaving the question ‘who deserves to lead us from here?’
Roads will remain part of our future alongside other types of transport infrastructure. What kind of new thinking must we embrace to pave the way for AVs?
With digital disruptions and business models changing, uncertainty will need to become the new norm we learn to leverage.
Before they become extinct, it’s critical that current and future innovations are considered in the airport masterplanning process.
If robots will soon be taking over our jobs, we’ve got to ask ourselves, what should we be doing? How will we make sense of it all?
'Beta mode' often means never actually getting anything made, but always building up a better solution than the first ones can sometimes turn out great.
The digital economy and technology are not only for the generations who will take the future, but for the silver citizens s who got us this far.