Research has indicated that a rapid acceleration of artificial intelligence and machine learning between 2018 and 2020 will change the landscape in a number of disruptive ways.
It is a time that requires leaders to step up to the plate. The current lack of good leaders (not managers) is a cause for alarm. The concern lies not only in the shortage of good leaders, but in the changing face of the workplace, how business is done and in society by and large. This shift will require a altered approach to leading people, and will require leadership to exist at all levels, not only the traditional senior executive or management level. The old model of managing people is ill suited to this new age and the changed way of operating that it is ushering in.
Those individuals and organisations who adapt by embracing a leadership-centric culture (DNA), and who equip themselves with leadership skill sets, will be the ones to gain the upper hand in an increasing tough and overcrowded marketplace.
Join Expectational Leadership founder Steve Vanstraaten as he gives you insight into the state of Industry 4, how it will impact you in the next two to three years, and how you can prepare yourself to avoid the pitfalls and take advantage of the opportunities.
The Berkley Institute embraces the mandate to constantly research the latest trends, adapt the leadership realm, and to create a shift towards excellence in leadership. With strategic alliances, Berkley is researching the changes, challenges and opportunities presented by the Industry 4. Special focus is on the face of leadership in the age of Industry 4 and in particular the effects of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Internet of Things and Data Analytics.
It does not matter whether you are an experienced leader or manager, an emerging leader, or someone who wants to improve how they interact with others, Berkley Institute has developed a number of leadership courses that are designed to train up and equip leaders at any level of experience or aspiration.