Ever since the first simple machines were invented and used to increase the speed and efficiency of human effort, technology has changed our world forever. Yet in many ways the disruption to how we live our lives, do our jobs, communicate, and engage in relationships has only just begun.
Automation is changing the workplace, and jobs once done by direct human effort are increasingly being replaced by machines.
These changes also disrupt and require changes to the education system. The result is that advanced education is increasingly a prerequisite for even entry-level jobs. Businesses increasingly require workers to be educated in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (often referred to as STEM).
The benefits of such an education however are in improved levels of job placement, with many additional paths for career advancement.
Entrepreneurship represents a path to success for many people. This requires recognizing and taking advantage of opportunities.
The common denominator for success in a disruptive world is the development of good decision-making skills. “Decision-Making in a Disruptive Reordering” provides a practical blueprint to the decision making process, and gives you clear steps for making better, more productive, and more effective decisions in your own life and profession.
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Wayne's consulting company Affinity Systems LLC has managed numerous business strategy, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), and process improvement projects (VMP) in manufacturing, government, distribution, and convention management.
He has developed training materials for ERP, Supply-Chain Management, Strategy, and Process Improvement. His specialties include systems assessment, software selection and installation, and process improvement. Through his website CompetitiveAmerica.us, Wayne continues to advocate for American industry.
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