The MDEC driven, Premier Digital Tech Institutions initiative has picked up serious momentum since its introduction in 2017 to ensure Malaysia produces graduates ready for the Digital Economy where demand is too hot, says an academic.
Workers must be equipped for shift in skills demand in job market Need to resolve glaring gap between talent graduating & digital skills sought
Dedicated training module aims to nurture Malaysian talents across various business and technology sectors.
Digital skills transformation company, General Assembly launches in Malaysia, will accelerate upskilling of workforce
General Assembly arrival reaffirms MDEC’s commitment to developing skills in workforce Update current workplace capabilities & introduce new digital skills to next-gen talents
Nations, education systems have to change way of thinking, of educating Mastering the complexity in digitalization will be our most common challenge
Tech intensity is a firm’s level of tech adoption multiplied by level of tech capabilities Grab partnership all about upskilling of drivers, merchant-partners, as well as their families
HRDF’s chief development officer speaks about the role trainers play in the revolution at the HRDF Conference & Exhibition 2017.
Outsourcing Malaysia aims to be indispensable to its members and adds a B2B element for the first time, at its yearly Smart Sourcing Summit next week.
One in two ICT professionals in Singapore feel the need to equip themselves with additional skills to compete in the fast-paced ICT sector, according to the Singapore Computer Society’s annual Infocomm Media Industry Survey.
Millions of jobs in the Asean (Association of South-East Asian Nations) bloc are at risk from automation and similar new technologies, according to a UN study.