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This is how you should think about culture if you want to be ready for the future of work

This is how you should think about culture if you want to be ready for the future of work | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Culture is not something your organisation has. It's something your organisation is. What does that mean? Settle down comfortably and I'll do my best
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By Dr. Richard Claydon. To keep the culture healthy and forward-looking, leaders and managers must become strategic scanners, peering at the horizon to discover new paths to travel - and never being satisfied that the journey has ended.

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The growth of the alternative workforce, uncovered

The growth of the alternative workforce, uncovered | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
The alternative workforce has been growing rapidly over the last decade.
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By Laurent Belsie. The alternative workforce, which represented 10.7 percent of the employee base in 2005, had grown to 15.8 percent by 2015, Lawrence F. Katz and Alan B. Krueger report. They find that contract workers' share of the total workforce more than doubled, from 1.4 percent to 3.1 percent. By comparison, workers in the widely discussed online "gig" economy accounted for just 0.5 percent of the workforce in 2015.

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There will be much less work in the future. Societies need to get ready, now

There will be much less work in the future. Societies need to get ready, now | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Most of the digital disruption debate has focused on the implications for competition and employment in the corporate world. But what about the broader consequences for society?
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By Mark Dodgson and David Gann. As Joseph Schumpeter argued 75 years ago, innovation is a process of creative destruction. The social and political challenge is to accentuate the creative and mitigate the destructive.

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A Wise Man Once Told Me Performance Evaluations Are Stupid. He Was Right.

A Wise Man Once Told Me Performance Evaluations Are Stupid. He Was Right. | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Why the typical soul-crushing, performance killing, utterly useless performance review needs to disappear.
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By Dustin McKissen. And I totally agree with this.

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The OS Canvas – The Ready – Medium

The OS Canvas – The Ready – Medium | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

We are running the organizational equivalent of MS-DOS, but it’s 2016.

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A new way of thinking about organizations and organizational structures. The OS Canvas.

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By 2030, will we all be our own boss?

By 2030, will we all be our own boss? | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Fairer pay, flexible hours, working for multiple companies at the same time, and the end of the office space – welcome to the world of work in 2030
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Will the day come when we all work as our own boss? Stephane Kasriel, CEO of Upwork and co-chair of the Global Future Council on Education, Gender and Work, says entrepreneurs and freelancers represent the future of the workplace, as traditional office jobs become less and less relevant. He explains what we need to do to prepare, how companies should react, and why there is still a glass ceiling to be shattered.

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Stephen Hawking says technology will devastate the middle class

Stephen Hawking says technology will devastate the middle class | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Commentary: The famous physicist pleads for humans to work together, as this is "the most dangerous time for our planet."
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by Chris Matyszczyk. The automation of factories has already decimated jobs in traditional manufacturing, and the rise of artificial intelligence is likely to extend this job destruction deep into the middle classes, with only the most caring, creative or supervisory roles remaining,

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The jobs of the future – and two skills you need to get them

The jobs of the future – and two skills you need to get them | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Maths ability will get you furthest, says Harvard's Davis Deming. As long as you've got the social skills to go with it.
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Could a robot do your job? Millions of people who didn’t see automation coming will soon find out the painful way. The answer is a resounding yes.

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How Soon Will You Lose Your Job To An AI Robot? ...Or Is That The Wrong Question?

How Soon Will You Lose Your Job To An AI Robot? ...Or Is That The Wrong Question? | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
We hear a lot about robots taking our jobs and AI taking over everything over and make us stupid. Instead, we should think about a merger between man and machine to bring out the best in both.
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Bernard Marr on Forbes: There’s no doubt that humans are better at certain types of creative and abstract thinking, and may continue to be for a long time, while computers excel at detailed and complex analysis and computations.

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Top 9 ethical issues in artificial intelligence

Top 9 ethical issues in artificial intelligence | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
The robot revolution is gaining pace, but is it running in line with our values? Here are some of the main ethical issues keeping the AI experts up at night.
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By Julia Bossmann. What happens after the end of jobs?

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De superwerknemer komt er aan! – PEER!

De superwerknemer komt er aan! – PEER! | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

we kunnen onszelf verbeteren met de technologische ontwikkelingen. Een superbrein met een geïmplanteerde chip is geen fictie meer, dan kunnen we onze zintuigen, snelheid van denken, geheugen, multidimensionaal denken enz. verbeteren. Fysieke beperkingen worden verleden tijd met de menselijke botten die ze inmiddels kunnen maken of robotpakken, die zorgen dat iemand die verlamd is weer kan lopen. Ja, je moet er wel wat voor over hebben om een baan te hebben en te houden.

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Door Sandra Barth. Niet bepaald een gedachte waar ik warm voor loop. Ik denk echt niet dat we moeten willen dat werkgevers van ons gaan verlangen dat wij electronica geïmplanteerd moeten hebben.

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Automation, economic collapse, basic income slavery: Our dystopic future? -- Sott.net

Automation, economic collapse, basic income slavery: Our dystopic future? -- Sott.net | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

A thought occurred to me a few days ago about a potential chain of events that might transpire in the near future. It felt like a eureka moment; some things just kinda clicked and suddenly made sense when considered together.,

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It will lead to the introduction of a #UBI: a unviersal basic income for everyone and work becomes an option, no need.

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Types of Power: the Struggle for Control

Types of Power: the Struggle for Control | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
I wrote recently about the types of power that exist within organisations: individual power, based upon our relationships and sphere of direct influence, hierarchical power, which is codified within the formal defined power structure of the organisation, and networked power, reputational authority held and amplified by the community. My original writing in the space was…
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By Julian Stodd.  Social Leadership is important: as older forms of power and control are eroded, we need to find new mechanisms, new types of power that are formed as a dynamic between the individual and the organisation.

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Worried about AI taking your job? It's already happening in Japan

Worried about AI taking your job? It's already happening in Japan | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Japanese white-collar workers are already being replaced by artificial intelligence.
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Allt his leads to having an uncondtional #basicincome. Cause there will be just not enough work for everyone when it's all done by robots and AI.

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The Hybrid Organisation

The Hybrid Organisation | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

Algorithms are already being used to aid legal work, journalism, and recruitment and to expand human capability. Assumptions about the type of jobs that will be automated are starting to be turned on their heads as a new class of ‘robot’ managers emerges. Meanwhile the blockchain ecosystem is creating the conditions for the emergence of distributed autonomous organisations that can operate outside human control, and make new ownership and value-creation models viable. What does all this mean for the world of work? 

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Interesting view on the future of work. By Joy Green. Man-machine cooperation.

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Work as interaction – Esko Kilpi – Medium

Work as interaction – Esko Kilpi – Medium | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
In an economy, people essentially produce goods and services for people. Companies are theoretically intermediary organizational forms that arrange the development, production and delivery processes…
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By Esko Kilpi. We need a new conceptualization of communication if we want to have a new conceptualization of work.

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There will be much less work in the future. Societies need to get ready, now

There will be much less work in the future. Societies need to get ready, now | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Most of the digital disruption debate has focused on the implications for competition and employment in the corporate world. But what about the broader consequences for society?
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By Mark Dodgson and David Gann. The real question is how we adjust to a world with significantly less of what we know as work. Companies have a duty to use their expertise in disruption to help deal with this enormous social turmoil.

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Our Automated Future

Our Automated Future | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
How long will it be before you lose your job to a robot?
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Well written long article by Elizabeth Kolbert. About Watson, AI and Martin Ford's Rise of the Robots. Worth reading.

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The future of your job is full of uncertainty. But this is how we can make it more inclusive

The future of your job is full of uncertainty. But this is how we can make it more inclusive | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Siddhartha Raja looks at how we can make the world of work more equitable and inclusive in the face of widespread disruption.
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if the speculation about job losses due to digitization do play out, then the concern for policymakers will be about how to create new channels for income generation and inclusion, especially for the poorest.

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Automation is not the end of the world. Here’s why

Automation is not the end of the world. Here’s why | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
When we look at the future of work with circular, collaborative and connective lenses, it stops looking like the automation apocalypse.
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By Leonardo Quattrucci. We must look for the non-routine analytuc and non-routine interpersonal skllis and educate them.

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AI, robotics and the future of work

AI, robotics and the future of work | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
AI and robotics could have a big impact on the job market. Many people have their opinion, but when and how will these technologies impact?
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By Frank Wammes. Our fear of a tyrannical AI is greatly surpassed by the ease with which AI slowly seeps into our lives.

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Technology: Rise of the replicants

Technology: Rise of the replicants | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Rapid advances in artificial intelligence now threaten the jobs of educated white-collar workers
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If Daniel Nadler is right, a generation of college graduates with well-paid positions as junior researchers and analysts in the banking industry should be worried about their jobs. Very worried. On Financial Times

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AI and robotics an opportunity as well as a challenge

AI and robotics an opportunity as well as a challenge | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Themes explored at the Social Robotics and AI event included augmenting human creativity with technology and future skills
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By Jenny Roper. Chess champion and visiting fellow at the Oxford Martin School Garry Kasparov pointed out that “one thing machines don’t do yet is dream".

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Robots Will Replace Doctors, Lawyers, and Other Professionals

Faced with the claim that AI and robots are poised to replace most of today’s workforce, most mainstream professionals — doctors, lawyers, accountants, and so on — believe they will emerge largely unscathed. During our consulting work and at conferences, we regularly hear practitioners concede that routine work can be taken on by machines, but they maintain that human experts will always be needed for the tricky stuff that calls for judgment, creativity, and empathy.

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Robots will take the jobs of professionals, and because they are professionals, most off them will have trouble finding other kinds of profession. So to them, this has a more severe impact on their lives.

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A world without work is coming – it could be utopia or it could be hell

A world without work is coming – it could be utopia or it could be hell | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Robots will eventually do all our jobs, but we need to start planning to avert social collapse
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By Ryan Avent. Heaven or hell? I don't think it will be hell.

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