LPM2.2.0 Apply Innovation and Create Values for Future Economy
Course Ref No
Age 11 & onwards (Self-Directed)
7 hours per module, total 3 modules (i.e. 21 hrs)
Blended Experiential e-Learning
· One to one online learner care, coaching, mentoring & support
· Technology-Enabled Learning Management System to
o Promote Community of Practices of Innovation & Sustainability
o Build Competitive Resume
o Gain Industrial Exposure
o Develop Future Skills
· Asynchronous (Self-Directed) e-learning
· Synchronous (Virtual Classroom) e-learning
Future of Work Pte. Ltd.
PayNow UEN 201926941D
Whatsapp +65 88195526
Workshop Series Synopsis
“The need for Leadership [& People Management (LPM)] development has never been more urgent[!] Companies of all sorts realize that to survive in today’s volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous [VUCA] environment, they need leadership skills and organisational capabilities different from those that helped them succeed in the past. There is also a growing recognition that leadership development should not be restricted to the few who are in or close to the C-suite. With the proliferation of collaborative problem-solving platforms and digital ‘adhocracies’ that emphasize individual initiative, employees across the board are increasingly expected to make consequential decisions that align with corporate strategy and culture. It’s important, therefore, that they be equipped with the relevant technical, relational, and communication skills.” Harvard Business Review, March-April 2019
Digital Technologies (DT) is increasingly transforming and interconnecting the ways we think, live, work, play and learn. As the advancement of the technologies rapidly outpaces that of the education, the disruptive impacts of DTon our children’s education today and the future of work contribute to Skills Crisis! Skills Crisis is a global phenomenal outcry of increasing high unemployment and social-psychological issues especially among young people due to high-skills shortage and negative impact of digital technologies. It is a key concern to both the societies and individuals, including young people, professionals, parents and our children.
To mitigate these challenges and risks, and to seize the opportunities in the future of work as driven by DT, this LPM foundation workshop series help us (as professionals and/or parents) to rethink about the purpose of learning and performance (for ourselves and for our children), and prepare ourselves (and/or our children) to Apply Innovation and Create Values situated in the Cyber-physical Real World Contexts as driven by Industry Transformation Maps.
The Career Compass for the Future of Work situated in the Cyber-Physical Real World Contexts driven by Industry Transformation Maps are as follows:
- Ride on “Global Forward Auction” in the Future of Work. Build success with Competitive Resume!
- Gain from 1st rule to success for the Future of Work. Invest in Industrial Exposure!
- Immune from Skills Crisis in the Future of Work. Equip with Skills of the Future!
Aligned to OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development)
Future of Education and Skills 2030:
- How we can prepare ourselves for jobs that have not yet been created, to tackle societal challenges that we can’t yet imagine, and to use technologies that have not yet been invented
- How we can equip ourselves to thrive in an interconnected world where we need to understand and appreciate different perspectives and world views, interact respectfully with others, and take responsible action towards sustainability and collective well-being
Aligned to Generic Skills and Competencies (GSCs) of SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) Appreciation Levels
- Communication – Convey and exchange thoughts, ideas and information effectively through various mediums and approaches.
- Computational Thinking – Develop and use computational models, tools and techniques to interpret and understand data, solve problems and guide decision-making.
- Creative Thinking - Adopt a fresh perspective to combine ideas or information in new ways and make connections between seemingly unrelated fields to create new ideas and applications.
- Decision Making - Choose a course of action from various alternatives using a reasoned process to achieve intended goals.
- Developing People - Help others to learn and develop their capabilities to enhance their performance and achieve personal or professional goals.
- Digital Literacy - Use ICT tools, equipment and software to create, evaluate and share information digitally with others.
- Global Mindset - Awareness of diversity across global cultures and markets. Seek opportunities to adopt successful practices and ideas.
- Interpersonal Skills - Manage relationships efficiently and communicate with others effectively to achieve mutual consensus and outcomes.
- Leadership - Lead others to achieve objectives in the most effective way. Provide an inclusive workplace that cultivates workplace relationships and teamwork, and foster the development of others.
- Lifelong Learning - Seek out opportunities to enhance one’s knowledge and skills. Access and acquire new knowledge and skills actively for continual learning.
- Managing Diversity - Work well with people from different ethnic, social, cultural and educational backgrounds and understand the concerns and interests of diverse work groups.
- Problem Solving - Generate feasible and efficient solutions to solve problems and capitalise on new opportunities.
- Resource Management - Efficient and effective deployment and allocation of resources when and where they are needed. Include planning, allocating and scheduling of resources to tasks, which typically include manpower, machines, money and materials.
- Sense Making - Organise and analyse data and information accurately to identify relationships and detect patterns and trends to gain insights for decision-making.
- Service Orientation - Commit to exceeding both internal and external customers’ needs. Proactively identify customer needs and sustain a culture of service excellence within the organisation.
- Teamwork - Work collaboratively and effectively with others to contribute to group efforts to achieve identified objectives.
- Transdisciplinary Thinking - Understanding of concepts across multiple disciplines, with the capacity to synthesise the knowledge and insights to guide decisions and foster cooperation.
- Virtual Collaboration - Use online collaborative communication tools to work as teams to accomplish tasks or projects.
Industrial Exposure to 6 Economic Clusters of Industry Transformation Maps (ITMs) (Source: MTI) as follows:
- Built Environment
- Trade & Connectivity
- Essential Domestic Services
- Modern Services