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A Pictorial Representation of the Evolution of Work

A Pictorial Representation of the Evolution of Work | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

Where we’ve been, where we are currently, and where we are heading as workers (pertinent to the United States in particular) as summarized in the image below. As indicated by the concluding remark, some things have a way of making a comeback. Emerging conditions necessitate and support people’s ability to act as free agents – this means cultivating a business mindset when it comes to your career. I’ll let this image tell the whole story.

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America’s Business Elites Admit They’d Rather Hire Robots Than People

America’s Business Elites Admit They’d Rather Hire Robots Than People | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Companies strongly prefer to hire robots and outsource work rather than hire Americans. If forced to create jobs, they will be part-time ones.
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#Robots in stead of #humans

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The Biggest Myths About Vulnerability

The Biggest Myths About Vulnerability | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

The team leader is generally who people look to for support and advice when going through traumatic events in their lives. It is just as important as leaders that we also be transparent and reach out for support and advice when we are overwhelmed with something in our own lives.  Leaders are people too. 

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Brene Brown about #vulnerability and #leadership

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Humans Need Not Apply - YouTube

Humans Need Not Apply - YouTube | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

Conclusion: Humans need not to apply on future jobs: #robots can do it better. And this will lead to an unemployment percentage above 45%.

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Interesting video making very clear what the consequences of technology development is for the working force. 

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As Multipath TCP Arrives, New Security Questions Arise

As Multipath TCP Arrives, New Security Questions Arise | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Multipath TCP could boost Internet traffic and is already in use by Apple's Siri. But its multipath nature breaks current security models.
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By Craig Matsumoto #MPTCP has a drawback: #Security

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Robots Will Create 'Permanently Unemployable Underclass'

Robots Will Create 'Permanently Unemployable Underclass' | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

The advancement of robots that can do our jobs for us will create a class-divide not seen since the 19th century, a report by the Pew Research Centre in America has found.

 

As machines have continued to displace factory workers, personal assistants and receptionists over the last decade, advanced countries must adapt their education systems to turn average students into exceptional ones who can outperform a robot, sociologists told Pew.

 

"The jobs that robots will leave for humans will be those that require thought and knowledge," Howard Rheingold, an internet sociologist, told think tank Pew.

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Tabatha Kinder about the report of #Pew Research Centre that forsees the greates class-divide since the 19th century

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Organisatievernieuwing: Neem eens een kijkje in de dierentuin! - ZiPconomy

Organisatievernieuwing: Neem eens een kijkje in de dierentuin! - ZiPconomy | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Richard van der Lee licht met behulp van een metafoor (in dit geval een dierentuin) uit dat bedrijven toe zijn aan organisatievernieuwing
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Wat is het verschil tussen een dierentuin van 20 jaar geleden en veel organisaties in het heden?


Richard van der Lee probeert deze vraag te beantwoorden

#HNW

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When Robots Come for Our Jobs, Will We Be Ready to Outsmart Them?

When Robots Come for Our Jobs, Will We Be Ready to Outsmart Them? | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
To survive in this new environment, we human beings must foster high-level cognitive or emotional skills, and find jobs that require them.
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Edward D. Hess on the future of #work

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Le travail en freelance, un nouveau modèle économique ? - Mode(s) d’emploi

Le travail en freelance, un nouveau modèle économique ? - Mode(s) d’emploi | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
En marge du modèle de l’emploi salarié, de nouvelles formes de travail émergent. Parmi elles, le travail en freelance se...
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#Freelance work. How to deal with it and what does it mean for organizations?

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Wordt loslaten het nieuwe vasthouden?

Wordt loslaten het nieuwe vasthouden? | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Het tijdperk van het zoeken naar veiligheid door controle te willen hebben en door goedkeuring te eisen loopt ten einde: wordt loslaten het nieuwe vasthouden.
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#Loslaten door Edwin Damhuis.

#commandandcontrol versus #zelfsturing

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Future of work: how the freelance revolution is changing the meaning of a ‘day job’

Future of work: how the freelance revolution is changing the meaning of a ‘day job’ | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
An increasing number of Australians are cashing in job security for a more flexible working lifestyle, and Australian businesses are reaping the benefits of flexibility as well.
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Brad Howarth dives into the #freelance #economy

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Russia tightens its grip on citizens' personal data

Russia tightens its grip on citizens' personal data | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

The lower house of the Russian parliament passed a bill yesterday that requires websites to store Russian citizen data on Russian soil,according to Lenta.ru.

If this bill passes through the upper house, email and cloud services, social networks, shopping websites, and any other website with a presence in Russia will have to put data centers in Russia by September 2016.

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Any foreign compnay that has presence in #Russia must have its datacenter in Russia. What shall that mean for #Facebook, #Twitter and #Google? Or #Amazon?

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De 20 beste wijsheden van Ricardo Semler

De 20 beste wijsheden van Ricardo Semler | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
De Braziliaanse ondernemer Ricardo Semler weet als geen ander visie en praktijk te combineren. Zijn businessfilosofie in 20 quotes.
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Ricardo #Semler: #ontmanagen

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Creating High-Performance Virtual Teams of Freelancers and Contractors

Creating High-Performance Virtual Teams of Freelancers and Contractors | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Plenty has been written about telecommuting for employees: how to encourage productivity, build a sense of “we’re all in this together,” and the logistics (such as tools and business processes) that streamline a telework lifestyle. But what about when your …Read »
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Esther Schindler on The Fast Track

It starts and ends with #trust

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16 Clues That the Future of Work Is Already Here - Workshifting

16 Clues That the Future of Work Is Already Here - Workshifting | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
How we work, when we work and even whom we work with are changing. Here are 16 clues that prove that the future of work is already here.
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Mani Karthik sees the #Future of #Work is already widely implemented.

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Carol Rine's curator insight, August 24, 6:35 PM

Powerful article...I see it happening already.

Rebecca Renck's curator insight, August 25, 6:43 AM

This is a wake-up call to something we already know.  Our world is changing drastically and this means in ever increasing relation to how we make a living and how our children will make a living in the not so distant future.  There are two points that need addressed now to support these changes and provide the best way to prepare our chidren.  Point one: we need to continue to modify education so that children get not only a basic skill set but also some specialized education as they become closer to the working age. 

Second,and maybe most important to us as parents, is that without the traditional office where most of us learned our work ethics and personal responsibility, along with many social skills as we came of age and entered the workforce, these things will need to be taught at a younger age.  Whether it be at home, school, church or organizations, a concentrated effort and / or instruction on integrity, self confidence, social skills, personal responsibility and time managament are needed.  Value based personal awareness curriculum need to be as important as math and writing skills. Even more important is the need to integrate more specialized skill and creative arts into their lives. Otherwise a young adult entering the workforce will not only have a difficult time being able to integrate socially and responsibly from a home office but will not have a skill set that he can market as a contractor.

Tracey Vickery's curator insight, September 5, 8:21 PM

The pace is faster than we have the ability to adapt.  Accelerated, self-directed learning will become the new norm.

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Uber, Data Darwinism and the future of work

Uber, Data Darwinism and the future of work | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Uber, a San Francisco-based personal transportation oriented startup, is facing a backlash from a few of its drivers. But the confrontation is less about Uber and more about the challenges facing a society being rebuilt because of connectedness.
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Are we ready for a #Quantified #Society?
Om Malik  tries to answer that.

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Stop predicting the future. Leave that to the robot who's going to steal your job

Stop predicting the future. Leave that to the robot who's going to steal your job | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

Thanks to a big new report from the Pew Research Internet Project, we can now say definitively that, in the next 11 years, robots will take all our jobs. Or that robots will create tons of new jobs, or that nothing will change, or what even is a “job” anyway?

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Jess Zimmerman on what we will do in the future.

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The future of education

The future of education | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

What has driven demand for education?

What are the challenges that the education system faces?

What is the future of education?

 
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Chuck Tesla, Indepth Research on Tumotech
#education

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The Future of Work Framework - YouTube

The Future of Work Framework - YouTube | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

An explanation of the four domains of the Future of Work framework: Underlying Drivers, Economic Structure, Labor Displacement, and the Emerging Landscape. 

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Created by Future Exploration Network and Ross Dawson.

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Column: I Have Seen the Future and It Is Jobless | Valley News

Column: I Have Seen the Future and It Is Jobless | Valley News | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

n an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal, former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers revived a debate I’d had with futurist Ray Kurzweil in 2012 about the jobless future.

He echoed the words of Peter Diamandis, chairman of the XPrize Foundation, who says that we are moving from a history of scarcity to an era of abundance. Then he noted that the technologies that make such abundance possible are allowing production of far more output using far fewer people.

On all this, Summers is right. Within two decades, we will have almost unlimited energy, food and clean water; advances in medicine will allow us to live longer and healthier lives; robots will drive our cars, manufacture our goods and do our chores.

There won’t be much work for human beings. Self-driving cars will be commercially available by the end of this decade and will eventually displace human drivers — just as automobiles displaced the horse and buggy — and will eliminate the jobs of taxi, bus, and truck drivers. Drones will take the jobs of postmen and delivery people.

The debates of the next decade will be about whether we should allow human beings to drive at all on public roads. The pesky humans crash into each other, suffer from road rage, rush headlong into traffic jams, and need to be monitored by traffic police. Yes, we won’t need traffic cops either.

 
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Vivek Wadhawa for the Washington Post
#Work in the #Future 

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GENEVE primer: The answer to network virtualization interoperability?

The GENEVE network encapsulation protocol can do everything that VXLAN NVGRE and STT can do plus its more flexible Will it be the answer to network virtualization interoperability
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#GENEVE: the one that fitts all.

Encapsulation of VLAN's accross multi-tenant global networks.

David B. Jacobs

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The Network Organization and Its Hybrid Workplace Systems | Rethinking Complexity

The Network Organization and Its Hybrid Workplace Systems | Rethinking Complexity | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

Geographically distributed, functioning in a global context and ongoing engagement with internal and external professionals are apt key descriptors of the 21st century organization.

The complex pulsating networks in which an organization comes to life and thrives, in reality, is the organizations itself; while the planned and spontaneous connectivity that fills members’ daily work routines is the modern office. The workplace is wherever one is when connect via technology.

These are themes that have been examined over the past several months in the Rethinking Complexity blog.

Let’s continue this exploration, concentrating on the impact that globalization and technology is having on how the workplace is envisioned and structured.

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Chuck Piazza about #network #organizations and workplaces.

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This Is Why Working Less Is Better For You

This Is Why Working Less Is Better For You | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Working less could save your work-life balance and boost your productivity. Learn a few surprising facts about how the long hours culture is wrong!
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Germany, Netherlands and Belgium have the shortest workweek and highest productivity. Work #smarter, not longer.

 

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The Kind of Work Humans Still Do Better Than Robots

The Kind of Work Humans Still Do Better Than Robots | The New way of Work | Scoop.it

People and computers are coming together in all kinds of interesting ways these days. The right combination of human and digital smarts in chess will beat the top grandmaster, the best chess supercomputer, and the top grandmaster with the best supercomputer. At least one VC firm is giving an algorithm a formal vote on its investments. And robots (which I consider to be computers with a physical presence) are increasingly working side by side with people on factory and warehouse floors.

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By Andrew McAfee. #work #robots

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Gemeente Hollands Kroon pioniert op het gebied van zelfsturing

Gemeente Hollands Kroon pioniert op het gebied van zelfsturing | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Gemeente Hollands Kroon heeft als doel om in 2018 de slimste gemeente van Nederland te zijn. Daarom stapt de gemeente vanaf 2014 over op zelfsturende teams.
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#Zelfsturende teams. Het #Semler principe toegepast bij de gemeente. Het kan dus.

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Waarom kleine zelfstandigen alleen samen groot kunnen worden

Waarom kleine zelfstandigen alleen samen groot kunnen worden | The New way of Work | Scoop.it
Wat denken jullie: moet er nog veel veranderen in de rechtspositie van zzp'ers of vallen de risico's van zelfstandig ondernemerschap gewoon in de categorie ondernemersrisico?
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Waarom #ZZPers zich moeten verbinden in #netwerkorganisaties

Karel Smouter - @Correspondent

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