The future of work is already here. Digitalisation, artificial intelligence tools and hybrid work models have all con…
The future of work is already here. Digitalisation, artificial intelligence tools and hybrid work models have all contributed to a new and different professional world. This has both positive and negative aspects, as some traditional professions are becoming extinct, and new jobs taking their place.
To help businesses and staff adapt to – and benefit from – these dramatic changes, business psychologists are becoming more common, and more in-demand. They bridge the gap between business administration, management, and applied psychology, and use all these tools to support businesses through transitional periods.
Be it as a consultant or a talent manager, as an M.Sc. Industrial and Organizational Psychology graduate, you’ll use economic proficiency, business psychology tools and a strong manager inclination to make companies excel in times of change and turn challenges to growth opportunities.