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Stay relevant in the Fourth Industrial Revolution – an IITPSA Western Cape Chapter event
October 3, 2019 @ 18:00 - 19:30
In the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Ind4.0) we see unprecedented growth, no longer linear but exponential. We see extreme automation and connectivity, linked by an AI Digital mesh.
At this event, expert consultant Moira de Roche will assess: What are the skills that are and will be needed in this Age? Technology skills are far outweighed by “power” skills. She will examine the skills needed under the general headings: Education; Tech Biggies; Learning; Creative Mindset; and General Business Skills. We will also investigate ways that ICT Professionals can gain and hone these skills to be relevant in the third decade of the 21st Century.
Topic Title: Stay relevant in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Moira de Roche is an independent consultant. She is the Chair of IFIP IP3, and a Director on the Global Industry Council, an IFIP body comprised of senior people from all parts of the globe who are involved with ICT. Her speaking engagements on behalf of IP3 have seen her speaking on Trust & the Duty of Care in Digital, as well as people-related issues with Industry 4.0. She is a Professional Member and Fellow of IITPSA (Institute of IT Professionals South Africa) and currently serves as a NED.
Moira is an accomplished speaker and has presented at conferences around the world and in South Africa, on diverse subjects including Technology & Learning, IT Leadership, and more.
IITPSA, ISACA, Women in IT & ISC2 Members: No charge to members in good standing (membership fees paid). Each Member can bring one non-member at no charge.
UCT staff and students: No charge
Secure parking is available.
Time & place:
Thursday 3 October 2019
6pm – 7:30pm
ICTS on Main, 7 Main Road, Mowbray
- October 3, 2019
18:00 - 19:30
- Alice Khumalo
- ICTS on Main , 7 Main Road Mowbray
7 Main Road
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