How to attract the next generation of property leaders
At MIPIM, young property leaders outlined how to attract new, highly skilled talent by highlighting personal experiences and the profession’s contribution to society.
How will innovative skills and technologies enable us to capitalise on new decentralised business models and shifts in consumer expectations?
The strongest growth in demand will be for technological skills… by 2030 [they] will represent 17% of hours worked, up from 11% in 2016.
Skill Shift: Automation and the Future of the Workforce, 2018
McKinsey Global Institute
An exodus of skilled employees post-Brexit will compound a problem that has been decades in the making, argues James Bryce.
Which skills do modern property professionals need? Five recruiters share their insights on key qualities and experience – and what candidates will need in the future.
It’s a vast, fast-moving and complex sector that’s crying out for surveying skills. Five industry insiders reveal how to drive a career on the railways.
Is the world of work becoming less fair, especially for younger generations? Dr Andrew Knight of Nottingham Trent University explores the job market.
The competition that kills you, doesn’t look like you.
RICS Harris Debate: The Future of Professions in a World of Algorithms
Is the surveying industry better prepared for a downturn than it was in 2008? Martin Brühl reflects on lessons from the past and the sector's prospects for the future.
Drones are fast becoming a common part of the surveyor's tool kit. So, what does it take to fly one? We sent novice pilot Evan Owen-Powell MRICS to find out.
Across surveying, technical expertise is a given, but if you master emotional intelligence you'll have an edge over your competitors, argues Gary Williams.
See how opportunities are being created by the latest technological innovations.
With UK agriculture facing many disruptions, including Brexit, John Varley considers how emerging trends may shape land-based rural businesses over the next few years.
New technologies are disrupting business, and global economic shifts mean companies must adapt to shifting markets.
What next for the traditional office provider, now that their far more agile and flexible occupiers are discovering they can employ the same amount of people in less space?