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The effects of the 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR) on organizations are inevitable. Any organization, whether big or small, industry or academe, must be ready for them. Plans must be laid out in anticipation of the disruptive changes they will bring. The workforce must be equipped with the right skills, knowledge and competencies to adhere to the transformation brought about by the 4IR.
Being aware of legal updates in education is essential in school operations. Administrators must be aware and ready for any change as declared in the rulings from government educational regulatory units.
Organizations realize the importance of developing effective learning tools for their workforce. Training must be enhanced to ensure learning engagement and effectiveness. Gamification through the use of technology is a technique that can bridge the desire and motivation to learn.


Thursday, 05 July 2018 01:33
TRACK 1: Research Presentations Various researches pertinent to the academe will be presented. Among these researches is a presentation of the student engagement survey conducted in different schools nationwide.
The 70:20:10 Learning and Development framework is a current learning trend to improve workforce performance with the concept that 70% of learning is experiential, 20% of learning is social and 10% of learning is through formal education.
As the Philippine government creates a higher standard of education in public schools and State Universities and Colleges (SUCs), it aims to attract professionals by providing competitive salaries and benefits package.
Recognizing and having a strong pipeline of high potential leaders is vital for the long-term success of any organization. HR plays a significant role in the selection process and in defining the characteristics of these high potential leaders based on the needs and culture of the organization.
 “Emerging Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) technologies are rapidly changing how people, business, society, and nations interact. Universities have a pivotal role to play. Their ability lies in three main dimensions: developing new technologies; grappling with the broader consequences of the 4IR, and educating the next generation” - World Economic Forum
Join all school owners, school administrators, human resource practitioners, faculty, and educators as we address the threats and reap the benefits of the 4th Industrial Revolution!