Natural Resources and other industries are being transformed by automation, necessitating integration between platforms and humans.
The skills required of plant and production managers have shifted in recent years; recruiters should prize flexible, lifelong learners.
Natural resources engineers will lead the way into the circular economy, embracing technology and enabling growth industries.
5G is key to the smart factories of tomorrow. Manufacturing ops must invest in tech as well as employees who can maximize its potential.
We can address the looming skilled labour shortage by hiring more women, but retaining those employees will require systemic change.
Modern mining leadership must face challenges of technical revolution, safety/sustainability responsibilities and recruiting STEM talent.
Smart mines use technology to make decisions, create efficiencies and improve safety and sustainability. What role do human workers play?
A specialized human resources team is integral to reducing employee turnover and saving money in the long term.
The intersection of consumer technology and the biotech and life sciences industries will yield massive returns, if led by the right people.
Spared the worst of the economic turmoil, the construction industry modernizes as it deals with stringent COVID-19 protocols.
Succession planning for engineering involves weighing internal vs. external buyouts, while developing talent with leadership potential.
With automation disrupting oil and gas, new leadership skills rise to the fore while the pressure on HR to recruit effectively increases.