UOBAM Muses for September

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We believe we can help you navigate beyond dollars and sense. As we keep up in a world of constant change, learning and reading can spark joy.


Digest some of the articles that expanded our horizons this month.


As we embark on a digitalisation drive, this interactive infographic shows that most of digitalisation transformation reportedly increased market share for companies. (Source: SAP)


How do ideas go viral? According to Nobel winner Robert Shiller, the reason why people think that machine replacement for jobs done by humans has more to do with the psychological power of a storyline. (Source: Forbes)


Related to above, jobs of the future are about having skills that won't be automated. Having that human touch to manage emotions helps too. (Source: Harvard Business Review)


Speaking of automation, the incentive to recycle plastic may increase in the Western world, with China halting plastic scrap imports with tech shakeups. (Source: Harding Loevner)


We talked about the cautionary tale of WeWork last month. Now its biggest investor is under scrutiny for pushing up valuations to levels for companies no other investors are willing to pay. (Source: New York Times)


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