THE WORLD HAS CHANGED.
Your workforce needs skills for the future.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here. What we’re seeing is the blurring of boundaries between the physical, digital, and biological worlds; the fusion of advances in artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, the Internet of Things (IoT), 3D printing, genetic engineering, quantum computing, and other technologies. It’s the collective force behind many products and services that are fast becoming indispensable to modern life. And what that means is that the market is changing. Supply chains are changing. Demand is changing. The customers themselves are changing. The way we do business must change too.
To help your workforce get upskilled, reskilled, and ready, JDM Corporate Services offers programs in 10 core competencies identified as critical skills for the future of work:
Solution mapping, factor analysis, risk mitigation, data interpretation, conclusion presentation.
Observation, analysis, inference, communication, problem solving, thought leadership, and due diligence.
Balance of power, protecting interests, walking away, blocking attacks, tactical opportunities, diffusion and de-escalation.
Conflict resolution, performance management, leadership strategies, change management.
Supply chain management, vendor management, project management, logistical coordination, time management, resource management.
Building stronger relationships, empathy, overcoming challenging situations, managing stress, diffusing conflict.
The decision-making process, risk management, data evaluation, decision review process, building decisiveness.
The innovation process, creative mapping, nontraditional techniques to solve problems and build customer value, creating innovative culture and capabilities.
The sales process, customer success, solution-selling, building value without concessions, sales team building, sales leadership, sales performance management, sales tactics and techniques.
Cultural diversity, multicultural team management, bias, discrimination, microaggressions, cultural sensitivity, windows and mirrors, building inclusive and equitable cultures.