Work as we know it is ending.
What are the skills of the next future? What about the rise of smart machines? What if there isn’t enough work for everyone of the working age? How long will people work given the extreme longevity unfolding? The Millennial generation joins the workforce with markedly different expectations and demands and different information processing habits. The face of industry will change as women outnumber men as knowledge workers. Our worth will be measured by our networks as well as our competencies. Find out what is coming and how to position yourself and your company to smartly meet these challenges over the next decade.
Competency Addiction - Don’t Get Lost In Familiar Territory “Competency addiction” is the default use of old mindsets and behaviors that just won’t work as you navigate through the next decade to 2025.
Organizational readiness for the decade ahead will come from facing and dealing with the challenges in the landscape and then resolving any organizational pains, like competency addiction, as they arise. Tough times compel organizations
With rapid changes occurring throughout the Badlands and beyond, today’s knowledge workers must go beyond the current needs of the economy and focus on the skills organizations will need in the future. Both macro-drivers
The Second Law of the Future, “If something big is going to happen in the future, it has to start sometime” is no more evident than in these four Disruptive Shifts. They are each
Organizational structures and mass employment has been eroded in the Badlands over the past decade. Eight big shifts are underway, driven by major structural shifts to the economy, business model innovations, and the dramatic