Talent

Malaysians must embrace life-long learning to remain relevant in post-Covid job market
As Malaysia’s digitalisation grows, upskilling and reskilling becomes more crucial. Thankfully, Malaysia is not short of institutions and resources to do so, thanks to the likes of Forward School, NEXT Academy and Akademi GA.
PENJANA boost for MDEC’s Workforce Upskilling, Reskilling Efforts
Workers must be equipped for shift in skills demand in job market Need to resolve glaring gap between talent graduating & digital skills sought
Huawei launches ASEAN Academy, aims to empower Malaysia’s digital talent
Dedicated training module aims to nurture Malaysian talents across various business and technology sectors.
Covid-19: CIO of the Year?
Malaysia to emerge victorious with efforts to accelerate development of digital tools As businesses, consumers turn to , traditional institutions will adapt
Maxis accelerates growth by expanding cloud solutions through ICMS acqui-hire
Telco accelerating talent capacity and capabilities to help with adoption of next gen digital networks and solutions especially for SMEs.
Malaysia rises to 26th spot in Global Talent Competitiveness Index 2020
In the 2020 report by INSEAD University, Google and Adecco, Malaysia’s ranking rose up thanks to recent efforts to drive Malaysia’s digital talent development and workforce upskilling.
Preparing for the worst but looking forward to the future
Be prepared to serve customer needs better and grab opportunities faster than competitors Building Pegasus-type companies through ScaleUp Malaysia Accelerator to win the game
25 Southeast Asia venture firms rally to connect Covid-19 related startup layoffs to new openings
Almost 500 talent postings and 200 job listings since launch on April 1 Community approach right tonic to help those who have lost jobs to rebound quickly
In building Malaysia’s Digital Economy, there’s no ‘You vs Me’ says MDEC’s Surina Shukri
In her first interview with DNA, MDEC CEO, Surina Shukri stresses the importance of scaling through collaborations.
Malaysia on right track to be winner in Digital Economy
Strong interest in CS & IT over past five years also raises demand for lecturers Malaysia ranked 11th in IMD’s World Digital Competitiveness for Training & Education
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