By The Mentoring Circle
Permanent forces of change are taking hold in the form of globalisation, technological shifts, and economic and political uncertainty. Everything is faster, more interconnected, complex, and ambiguous than ever before.
The Mentoring Circle invited two alumni, Jimmy Soh (BSc Information Systems, 2017) and Jackson Kwa (BSc Information Systems, 2018), and Associate Professor Paul Griffin from the SMU School of Information Systems to talk about adapting to an ever-changing world.
This podcast will bring about an insightful discussion regarding the impact of technological advancement on university students’ career aspirations, particularly those who are coming from non-tech backgrounds.
Jimmy Soh is currently the Digital Business Integration Consultant at Accenture.
Jackson Kwa is the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of TechSociety Group and had worked at Alibaba in the Strategic Partnership department.
Paul Griffin is an Associate Professor and Director of the Master of IT in Business (Financial Technology & Analytics) programme at the SMU School of Information Systems.
Find out more about:
- Important skills to hone in the tech consulting industry
- Tips for becoming an entrepreneur as an undergraduate student
- How to differentiate yourself from your peers amidst the proliferation of online courses
- How to keep up with changes in the tech scene?
This podcast was proudly hosted by The Mentoring Circle’s Partnerships Director Kaelyn Yunying, Mentee Engagement Director Yoyo, and Vice President Aaron Lim.
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