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“Hong Kong is a city with a long history of civil disobedience.”
So begins the book blurb on Amazon.com for a now-sold-out book published in July 2017. It was a timeless observation on the 20th anniversary of Hong Kong’s Handover. It is a timely observation today with most in Hong Kong wondering what’s next.
“We are on the cusp of what could be a general breakdown of law and order. It hasn’t gotten there yet, but the government hasn’t done anything to stop it,” said Antony Dapiran in The New York Times on 5 August 2019,
“City of Protest is a compelling look at the often-fraught relationship between politics and belonging, and a city’s struggle to assert itself.”
Listen to Antony as we discuss the changes and challenges facing Hong Kong today. You can follow him on Twitter @AntD.
Warp speed developments in technology – automation, artificial intelligence and the arrival of the sharing economy – are transforming how we work. Beyond technology, traditional working patterns are also being disrupted.
The future of work is one of the hottest management topics of the day. This complex subject is broken into three main categories, according to a podcast from McKinsey: automation, changing models (think gig), and income stagnation/equality.
What will jobs alongside machines look like? What do we need to do – as organisations and as individuals – to prepare for these wide-ranging scenarios. How do you get ready?
Change is a constant, so flexibility and creativity are of paramount importance. Be prepared for the future of work.
We’re honoured to have three top-notch professionals to dive in and pull apart our topic: