Brain implants: mainstream talent management in 2030?

Attributed to the neuro-engineering breakthroughs which occurred around 2020, the use of neural implants – brain implants that stimulate or block human neural networks to improve human experience – has increased significantly. For example, brain implants are now commonly used to help patients suffering from paralysis, as they use their thoughts to move robotic body parts.

Now the business world has also jumped on the bandwagon. Korn Ferry, global leading provider of integrated talent solutions, announced the release of its most powerful leadership support tool yet – the Korn Ferry Four Dimensions of Learning Agility or KF4L. This is a brain implant designed specifically to enhance learning agility, which is defined as the ability and willingness to learn from experience and apply that learning to perform successfully under new, first-time conditions.

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