The mining industry is embracing transformation and reimagining the possible, powered by a dynamic workforce, new technologies and diverse ideas. It’s a time to innovate boldly to create new value, including higher productivity, lower costs, safety improvements and enhanced partnerships with industry and community stakeholders. This year’s reimagined Art of mining photography competition asks an important question:
“What does mining transformation look like to you?”
It’s an opportunity for Canadian mining organizations to spotlight digital transformation and the positive impact the industry has at home and abroad. And this year, our new digital voting campaign will give everyone the chance to cast their vote and have their say in which photograph best captures transformation in the industry.
Submissions are open until December 18, 2018, and organizations from across Canada are encouraged to participate. It promises to be a photo finish.
Technology is transforming the mining industry’s entire value chain, creating new opportunities for managing talent. The younger generation, expected to become a majority of the workforce by the early 2020s, are digital natives and bring their own expectations to technology, collaboration and accountability. And the mining industry competes with all other industries for talent. Companies need to adapt in order to attract and retain the leaders of the future.
Art of mining gives Canadian mining organizations a platform to showcase how they’re transforming the face of the industry. It’s an opportunity to use visual stories to show the next generation the benefits of joining an industry ready to be disrupted. Embracing talent and diversity is key to the future of the industry, which is fueling a culture of innovation by nurturing new skills and entrepreneurial mindsets.
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