Fourth Industrial Revolution

Reskilling the workforce, one person at a lifetime

The fourth industrial revolution will require a workforce that is open to lifelong learning Image: Leon on Unsplash

Amit Mehra

Managing Director; Global Lead, Sustainability Services, Strategic Clients, Accenture

Gavin Mann

Managing Director, Global Broadcast Industry Lead, Accenture

Stuart Green

Managing Director, Media and Entertainment, Accenture

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