FUTURE OF WORK
Is your job future proof? How will you hold up if, as predicted, work turns in to a gig-economy? Will you be able to hussle and haggle?
Our book is Future Fit by Andrea Clarke. Much has been written on the subject, check out some great TED talks below.
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TWO TO READ
The future of work is about talent, not technology.
In 'Future Fit,' author Andrea Clarke says that if we want to outrun the algorithm to stay secure in the future of work, we need to upgrade our own capability in ways we may not have considered.
Throughout the history of business employees had to adapt to managers and managers had to adapt to organizations. In the future this is reversed with managers and organisations adapting to employees. This means that in order to succeed and thrive organizations must rethink and challenge everything they know about work.
listen and dance
Our theme is the future, but our music goes retro. Enjoy some of these great artists. What were you doing when these were hits.
Paid my dues
Love is a battlefield
Three little birds
I'm coming out
9 to 5
Young hearts run free
Sex on Fire
Moving on up
..and many more
THREE to watch
Who doesn't love a TED talk. 17 minutes or less, of amazing content from the best of the best. Set yourself a goal to watch at least one a week. Here's some aligned to our monthly theme
3 myths about the future of work
Why the jobs of the future won't feel like work
Will automation take away our jobs