Preparing for the future of the investment profession
From an employer's perspective, career growth must allow for horizontal moves across functions and locations, while for an employee, career management requires an explicit strategy for skills acquisition
With a global pool of candidates, the job environment is getting competitive at an increasingly rapid pace, and employees need to acquire a range of skills to stay relevant.
Employees will require a T-shaped profile of skills where core expertise in one domain is supplemented by a breadth of knowledge over a wide range.
WHAT is the future of work in the investment industry? How do we, as providers of human capital, prepare for the evolution of this profession? What does it mean for employers seeking to engage and motivate staff over the long term?
It is widely accepted that like most other industries,...