The Career Tsunami has a charter to examine how work is changing, and will change, in response to the emergence of new technologies, new business practices, and new workers.
Amid all this digital disruption, our workforce are looking for insights that will help them make sense of the way our world is changing because of technology, and also empower them with ideas to compete in this new world. The Career Tsunami will help its audience cut through the chaff and make sense of the future of work.
We will cover the Future of Work providing original research and analysis of work trends and dynamics and collaborates with a wide range of business and technology thinkers and academics about what the future of work will look as technology changes so many aspects of our working lives.
For technology consumers, The Career Tsunami will be the destination to discover innovative products and ideas. We aren't covering some mobile or laptop reviews, but gadgets and ideas that can truly transform lives.
For those working in the business sectors, The Career Tsunami will present realistic and in-depth commentary and stories about the companies and people that matter. We will ask hard-hitting questions and relentlessly hunt for the answers.
Most importantly, Career Tsunami sits at the intersection of technology with life, culture and society in Singapore. We are bringing together the streams of storytelling, journalism, technology and design to build a smart newsroom. At the core, we believe in the values of traditional journalism and are absolutely religious about ethics and integrity.
The Career Tsunami is a place to examine and discuss Future of Work, the topics which trigger dialogue. The future of everything involved in work; business strategies, markets, competition, enabling technologies, work practices, management models, socio-economics, socio-politics, location, and individual's views of work.
We invite you to join the conversation, come for the ride, and help us all figure what a working future will look like.
If you’d like to get in touch with us, please visit our contact page or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org