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The future of work

Lyn Lee, Vice President – HR, Shell Business Operations, took to stage for the opening session, 'Driving on Digital' – Need & Strategy

The business landscape is undergoing a constant and dynamic change and technology has become core when it comes to unleashing the human potential. Technology has imapcted human lives to an extent that it has changed the Maslow’s “Hierarchy of needs” model. A myriad of possibilities have emerged with technology taking the center stage and the sky is the limit when the potential of technology is the centre of discussion. However, technology is not about replacing people, but is about enabling, skilling and training human workforce.

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