People remain the key to unlocking the potential of the fourth industrial revolution
Multifaceted approach from industry and academics required to address skills shortages
Four open questions were asked around the workplace of the future.
In terms of technology, the key really has been automation.
The most important focus and spend of time has been our organisational strategy and culture
This report presents two quantitative research chapters: 'Workplace of the future' and 'Leadership'
Three of our six key strategy pillars are directly relevant for transformation of the workplace.
Skilled job-seekers want to work for organisations that have a positive impact on the world.
As we now look forward to our two-year strategy, we have some clearly defined objectives.
'Vision', 'Communication', and 'Lead by example' were voted in as the top three leadership traits
Incredibly, this year's ranking barely resembled last year's.
Most people were 'Passionate' about working in mining; few were outwardly unhappy about it.
Technology and innovation really can't be unlocked without people.
The digital survey element asked questions under the leadership theme
Philosophically, we need to get ahead of the curve in terms of mine safety and embrace technology
It is not about investments in things - you can't just bring in anyone and put some technology there