Millennials believe people skills will be the key to success in an automated age, global study finds Technical disruption requires a skills revolution

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The leaders of tomorrow believe that exceptional people skills will be the key to business success in a technological age, new research from CEMS – the Global Alliance in Management Education – has found.

Posted inNews archiveon23 Nov 2017

The study examined the views of hundreds of recent graduates from the CEMS Master in International Management programme, many of whom are likely to be business leaders of the future. The majority of respondents were aged between 24-27 years of age, from 54 countries, with 75% now employed by multinational companies.

Over half (56%) consider either social skills (33%) or the ability

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