The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) gives us an incredible opportunity to unite as human beings against automation. The reality is it is not just about men losing roles to women or vice versa, but humans losing roles to automation. However, in order to unite as human beings we need to first address the challenge of women being left behind. Inclusion of women is a joint responsibility with men and exclusion has joint risks.
I often joke saying, “We Bangladeshis may have taught the world what BBA is! There really weren’t many before, (if any at all).” Business schools may hate me for this. Surely, one can learn the various aspects of running a business, however, I am a skeptic when it comes to the idea of “learning” entrepreneurship.
Imagine this: you walk into an interview for the multinational company you have been dreaming of working at.