Thursday, June 29, 2017

DID YOU KNOW? Change has come and continues...

These videos show the magnitude of the changes that have come and that will continue. While the numbers may not be accurate or have been superseded, the storyline remains the same... Transform with the CHANGE or be extinct...


Did you Know 2017 version 1


 Did you know 2017 version 2


 Did you know 2016


 What were the most interesting insights to you. Pls. post your comments below!

15 comments:

Bong De Ungria said...

For me, the most interesting insight was that we are probably teachning and learning things for jobs that will not exist in 10 years...

Fabio Grazioli said...

I was impressed by the highlights on demographic changes of China and India vs western countries, I found meaningful the parallelism with the drastically fast increase of using technologies and changes in social media and behaviors, online communication vs obsolete papers and television.
I believe the objective might be let Us aware of the imminent revolution/cultural shock foreseen at the horizon, given these transformation in such two fundamental factors: demographic and technology. :)

Van Espen-Boonen Fabien said...

The fact that we are learning things now for professions that will not exist in 10 years impress me very much. It means therefore that the workers in the future will need to be more and more versatile and will need to use more and more the technology as a marketing tool ( social media) to market the value of the products and services to its customers. Digital marketing could be more and more developped.

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iamcharred said...

Indeed, change is here and change is fast. With all of these changes -- in technology, in demographics and behaviors, and in cultures, to list a few -- happening at times in a split second, how can we make ourselves stay relevant? How can we make our businesses stay relevant? How can we, those getting older who now have less energy to adapt and change, prevent ourselves from being obsolete?
With all these changes happening, what is enduring?

iamcharred said...

And how do we also make the workforce of our country relevant and competitive in this ever-changing global environment?

mhina amorosa said...

Learning things now for jobs that will not exist in 10 yrs...I wonder what shld be the right course that my children shld take in college?

Enzo Yu said...

General worldwide communication landscape is changing exponentially. Key question is how will businesses be able to keep up. I guess this is the reason why smaller more agile businesses are more efficient compared to the bigger but slower corporations. With the constant exponential change, a faster go-to-market strategy by different business are needed - involves all aspects of business not only marketing.

Sam Ui said...

It's interesting how much has changed, and how the Millennials are reshaping the world. Social media seems to be the way of getting all information in this day and age. Everyone is also connected 24/7 through mobile phones. Nowadays, before trying anything new everyone checks the internet for reviews of products/services.

Bryan Evangelista said...

Basically the internet is the new market place. Physical stores are becoming obsolete that’s why malls have started to reinvent themselves as a lifestyle destination with emphasis on building relationships rather than just a place to shop. The number of bank branches would be reduced as more and more people transact online.

Giannina Gallego said...

We are already preparing for what we don't know we need to solve. For me that struck me as an effort to help the global community

Cel Baltazar said...

The rapid changes, as illustrated in the presentation, calls for a more flexible workforce. In the same manner, we must also be aware of the changes these bring about to our consumers, since their behavior impact our businesses' growth.

Pam Astillero said...

The use of mobile, social media and location channels are crucial these days as compared in the past and it is interesting to see how job roles have evolved from a simple Marketing Staff to Online Marketing Executive or IT Marketing back 2004. The change in job roles continues as we move forward to digitization. Back then SEO and Link building was a hit but now mobile and Vblog is the trend. I guess we need to prepare for the bigger roles in the future like advance data analysis that was previously a simple web analytics role. We have to understand the technological consumption behavior of people for our businesses to be on top of the game.

Freddie Suliva said...

Ever since the history of men began, it's not those who are the strongest who survives but those who were able to adapt quickly and seamlessly to the changes...

Gen Ramos said...

For me, the most interesting insight is the fact that the jobs that we are teaching and learning about now might not exist in the future— 10-15 years from now—a bit scary and challenging. There will be a lot of challenges required from the academe on innovation so to adapt the exponential change happening. For us, we will not stop learning because what you learn right now might not be applicable a year from now. Change is very frequent and it is moving at a rapid pace, especially in this digital era, which is why it is important for us to continue learning new things so that we may be able to keep up with this forward and rapidly moving world.