Johnny Sung

Visiting Research Fellow, Institute for Adult Learning Singapore
Collaborator, Digital Futures of Work

Professor Sung is currently a visiting fellow at the Institute for Adult Learning. He specialises in three areas of skills research: (a) national systems of workforce development with special reference to the sectoral approach to skills development and future of work; (b) skills utilisation and workplace performance, and (c) high performance working, business model and the demand for skills.

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