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Future of Work Report 2013

As part of the popular series of 'Future of' reports, the creative agency PSFK has released a 140 page document that covers the new ways we are working and the implications for business and for workers.


Via HR Trend Institute
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This report provides excellent insight into some of the emerging trends. It offers sites to research and real time possibilities for your organisation to explore. A must read.

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Gary Bamford's comment, January 11, 2013 2:55 AM
But which ones will survive?
Trumans's curator insight, January 14, 2013 5:06 PM

Some useful insights here.  Are you going to make changes or stay the same? ... it s a risky business...

Alison D. Gilbert's curator insight, February 5, 2014 3:32 PM

Predictions on the future of work. What are your thoughts about these ideas and the slideshare presentation?

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Six Questions to Elevate Leadership in 2013 - Forbes

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Six Questions to Elevate Leadership in 2013
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Managers get clear on what to do next, whereas leaders seek clarity on what to go beyond. Vision is the main elevator of leadership. It is the longer view.
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Global Trends 2030: Alternative Worlds

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The National Intelligence Council has issued Global Trends 2030: Alternative Worlds, intended to stimulate thinking about the rapid and vast geopolitical. The report sees four megatrends:

Individual empowerment will accelerate substantially during the next 15-20 years owing to poverty reduction and a huge growth of the global middle class, greater educational attainment, better health care, and widespread exploitation of new communications and manufacturing technologies. Enabled by communications technologies, power will shift toward multifaceted and amorphous networks that will form to influence state and global actions.

Diffusion of power among countries will have a dramatic impact by 2030. Asia will have surpassed North America and Europe combined in terms of global power, based upon GDP, population size, military spending, and technological investment. China alone will probably have the largest economy, surpassing that of the United States a few years before 2030.

Demographic Patterns: in the world of 2030—a world in which a growing global population will have reached somewhere close to 8.3 billion people (up from 7.1 billion in 2012)—four key trends will be aging—a shrinking number of youthful societies and states; migration, which will increasingly be a cross-border issue; and growing urbanization, which will spur economic growth but could put new strains on food and water resources.

Growing Food, Water, and Energy Nexus: Demand for food, water, and energy will grow by approximately 35, 40, and 50 percent respectively owing to an increase in the global population and the consumption patterns of an expanding middle class. Climate change will worsen the outlook for the availability of these critical resources.


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Fred Zimny's curator insight, December 17, 2012 11:51 PM

What can i do to imprive the outlook?

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from training to performance to social

Some key ideas for exploring the social aspects of learning and how we can best help personalise learning nneds :from training, to performance, to social Harold Jarche jarche.comSunday, 23 (http://t.co/Ce17geuo - Harold's #slcwebinar presentation...)...

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Four Ways Leaders Ignite Engagement Culture | Sustainable ...

Four Ways Leaders Ignite Engagement Culture | Sustainable ... | Future leadership for learning | Scoop.it
The future of healthy enterprise. Home ... The engaged leader brings people together to serve a common cause; the disengaged leader hires people and tells them what to do, but never really gives them the reason 'why'.
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Learning leadership: applying changes and coping with feedback - The Guardian (blog)

Learning leadership: applying changes and coping with feedback - The Guardian (blog) | Future leadership for learning | Scoop.it
The Guardian (blog)Learning leadership: applying changes and coping with feedbackThe Guardian (blog)We were talking about the bigger, longer-term issues, rather than day-to-day decision making: how to address underlying performance trends, for...
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The "Immeasurable" Part 2

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"What I’m trying to get at is that our school assessment lives primarily in the bottom left part of that graph, and that we rarely if ever get to the “immeasurable” stuff that resides toward the top right. To put it another way, we focus in schools on that which is quantifiable when, I think, our real value as places of learning rests in that messy stuff that isn’t."

By Will Richardson http://willrichardson.com/post/28626310240/the-immeasurable-part-2 (Read Part 1 too!)


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Sue Alexander's curator insight, April 18, 2014 10:15 PM

It's exciting to see the whole of education coming to grips with what art educators have wrestled with forever!

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3 Crowdsourcing Predictions That are TOTALLY Going to Come True (By 2020) - Daily Crowdsource

3 Crowdsourcing Predictions That are TOTALLY Going to Come True (By 2020) - Daily Crowdsource | Future leadership for learning | Scoop.it
Daily Crowdsource3 Crowdsourcing Predictions That are TOTALLY Going to Come True (By 2020)Daily CrowdsourceAnd, specifically, I think a lot about the future of crowdsourcing.
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7 Habits of Highly Effective Tech-leading Principals -- THE Journal

7 Habits of Highly Effective Tech-leading Principals -- THE Journal | Future leadership for learning | Scoop.it
Unwrapping the key attributes that transform principals into effective technology leaders in their schools and in their districts.
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CORE 10 Trends: Virtual Learning

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“Education is a fundamental human right and essential for the exercise of all other human rights” (UNESCO, Education)
Something exciting is happening in the world of learning.
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Would you still want to be a leader if you didn’t have a title?

Would you still want to be a leader if you didn’t have a title? | Future leadership for learning | Scoop.it
Browsing my Twitter feed the other day this question leaped out:
What if leadership wasn’t a promotion
Leadership happens everyday in every sector, with and without designated roles and titles.
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Three Principles for Net Work | Harold Jarche

Three Principles for Net Work | Harold Jarche | Future leadership for learning | Scoop.it
Three Principles for Net Work http://t.co/NXNAxS52...
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Cognitive computing | Think Beyond

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Ethical leadership will become increasingly important.

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Why innovate? Answer inspired by Ghandi ‘Serving the unserved’

Why innovate? Answer inspired by Ghandi ‘Serving the unserved’ | Future leadership for learning | Scoop.it
Lasting innovation comes from identifying and responding to need – human need.
We are often reminded that people in developing nations are amazing innovators – living, that is staying alive, on less than $1 per day.
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Learning 3.0 and the Smart eXtended Web Steve Wheeler

This slide show accompanied a keynote presentation given for the ICL conference in Villach, Austria on 28 September, 2012.

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What can be expected from the semantic web. Slide 30 is a useful one. Check out #47 as a good conversation starter!

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Future Work Skills 2020

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10 skills that  will be vital for success in the workforce:

Transdisciplinarity Virtual collaboration Sense-making Social intelligence Cross-cultural competency Cognitive load management Novel and adaptive thinking Computational thinking New media literacy Design mindset


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The One Indispensable Ingredient for Employee Engagement | Switch and Shift

The One Indispensable Ingredient for Employee Engagement | Switch and Shift | Future leadership for learning | Scoop.it
The One Indispensable Ingredient for Employee Engagement http://t.co/dAkGlXNP via @shawmu...
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'Leadership is part of academic work': talent development in universities - The Guardian (blog)

'Leadership is part of academic work': talent development in universities - The Guardian (blog) | Future leadership for learning | Scoop.it
The Guardian (blog)'Leadership is part of academic work': talent development in universitiesThe Guardian (blog)Photograph: Alamy.
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Great Leadership: 5 Big Ideas: What’s Next for Leadership Development?

Great Leadership: 5 Big Ideas: What’s Next for Leadership Development? | Future leadership for learning | Scoop.it

CCL’s 2011-2012 Annual Report ~ What’s Next for Leadership? by Dan McCarthy

 

Big idea #1: The merging fields of leadership and neuroscience.

 

Big idea #2: Make leadership development more accessible and affordable.

 

Big idea #3: The power of networks.

 

Big idea #4: Nonprofit leadership development.

 

Big idea #5: Measure the impact of coaching

 

 


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The Leadership Disconnect

 

The Leadership Disconnect

Democratic, empowering, empathetic, & visionary are the preferred choices of leadership.  Authoritative style of leadership is, however, the most common, and least preferred.  


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Leadership's Greatest Value « Leadership Freak

Leadership's Greatest Value « Leadership Freak | Future leadership for learning | Scoop.it
Solving problems seduces leaders away from future opportunities causing them to focus on past inadequacies. Problems that threaten organizations must be addressed, admittedly. Sadly, many leaders are simply problem ...
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Opening up education for new technologies – changing teaching and learning ... - New Europe (blog)

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Opening up education for new technologies – changing teaching and learning ...New Europe (blog)At the same time, it is not unusual in European schools to see teachers and pupils working together on-line and developing new forms of learning.
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Debating the Lecture: What is the place of the lecture in today’s education? Discuss.

Debating the Lecture: What is the place of the lecture in today’s education? Discuss. | Future leadership for learning | Scoop.it
For many generations the ‘lecture’ has been the predominant method to deliver content to students. In 1706, the term was described as “to address severely and at length”.
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Napkin Academy | Learn to solve any problem with a simple picture

Napkin Academy | Learn to solve any problem with a simple picture | Future leadership for learning | Scoop.it
The Napkin Academy http://t.co/1iCOtitk - learn to solve a problem with a single picture HT @rae_jay...

It seems so simple yet says so much. 

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