We have seen more change in the last five years than in the past two decades, much of it driven by global events and technological advancement. Such rapid change strains traditional business models and forces organisations to rethink how they create new value.
New ways of doing necessitate new mind-sets, knowledge and skills. To remain relevant, we must be agile, and lifelong learning is key to this agility.
As such, we have developed several lifelong learning initiatives to help alumni upskill and stay competitive.