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AI, automation, and the future of work: Ten things to solve for (Tech4Good) | McKinsey & Company

AI, automation, and the future of work: Ten things to solve for (Tech4Good) | McKinsey & Company | The future of work | Scoop.it
As machines increasingly complement human labor in the workplace, we will all need to adjust to reap the benefits.
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Josh Bersin, Principal and Founder, Bersin by Deloitte - HRD Summit 2018

Josh Bersin spoke to HRD Connect about how he envisions the future of work to look like and explains why as HR professionals we shouldn't be fearful o
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The Nine Elements of Digital Transformation

Companies use emerging technologies to achieve digital transformation in their operations. Research finds nine igital transformation change areas: understanding customer wants and needs, increasing top-line revenues, opening new touch points for customers, automation of operations, knowledge sharing, performance management, digitizing parts of the business, creating new business models and globalization.
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I Asked 5,000 People How They Stay Passionate at Work. Here's What I Found

I Asked 5,000 People How They Stay Passionate at Work. Here's What I Found | The future of work | Scoop.it
How do you stay passionate at work? Morten T. Hansen details findings in his new book 'Great at Work.'
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purpose and passion
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The Results of Google’s Team-Effectiveness Research Will Make You Rethink How You Build Teams

The Results of Google’s Team-Effectiveness Research Will Make You Rethink How You Build Teams | The future of work | Scoop.it

It’s no surprise that Google, now part of Alphabet, loves data, and the company’s execs frequently share the revelations they find, such as their insights on mobile web use. But some of us would be surprised to discover that this unicorn company often turns its eye inward, analyzing information about its people to help improve its operations.

 

A group of employees from Google’s People Operations section, the equivalent of an HR department, decided to complete an analysis to answer one question: What makes a Google team effective?

 

Here’s a look at their approach and the startling revelations they had along the way.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, January 7, 4:57 PM

It’s no surprise that Google, now part of Alphabet, loves data, and the company’s execs frequently share the revelations they find, such as their insights on mobile web use. But some of us would be…

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Tom Wojick's curator insight, January 9, 2:31 PM

Google's Five Dynamics of team effectiveness are applicable to creating effective safety cultures as well. Dynamic 1 - psychological safety is of particular importance because so often employees fear speaking up about safety concerns. 

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The Best Companies Know How to Balance Strategy and Purpose

SpaceX, Nestlé, and Apple all do it.
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The Future of Work

The Future of Work | The future of work | Scoop.it
In 2027, human beings will remain at the center of work but smart machines will be our co-workers.
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The future of work is here and HR’s role is to help business leaders adapt

The future of work is here and HR’s role is to help business leaders adapt | The future of work | Scoop.it
The future of work is here right now, and HR’s role is to take the lead and help business leaders adapt faster than ever before, writes Josh Bersin
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What Makes Work Meaningful — Or Meaningless

What Makes Work Meaningful — Or Meaningless | The future of work | Scoop.it
There’s no single formula for making work meaningful — but poor management is a universal obstacle.
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The CEO’s guide to competing through HR | McKinsey & Company

The CEO’s guide to competing through HR | McKinsey & Company | The future of work | Scoop.it
Technological tools provide a new opportunity for the function to reach its potential and drive real business value.
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Culture for a digital age | McKinsey & Company

Culture for a digital age | McKinsey & Company | The future of work | Scoop.it
Risk aversion, weak customer focus, and siloed mind-sets have long bedeviled organizations. In a digital world, solving these cultural problems is no longer optional.
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High-impact HR operating model | Deloitte US

High-impact HR operating model | Deloitte US | The future of work | Scoop.it
High-impact HR operating models positions HR teams to quickly anticipate, adapt, make decisions, and shift course in an agile way to brave never-ending disruption.
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What does Bill Gates think are the most promising professions for graduates?

What does Bill Gates think are the most promising professions for graduates? | The future of work | Scoop.it
Bill Gates has offered the graduates currently streaming out of U.S. colleges some career and life advice.
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Andrea Ross's curator insight, June 13, 2017 7:02 AM

In the next few weeks students around the world will be preparing for their first year at University, excited to meet new friends, finally moving out of their family home and embarking on a journey that will change their lives forever. I wonder whether they've thought of the end goal. I personally chose a subject that I knew I would enjoy and therefore not feel it was hard work - which thankfully for me was the case. Do we leave our kids to just muddle by and choose a course they merely are interested in or do we guide them to where the jobs are. With rising school fees in Asia I know what I'll be doing....

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Human Beings, AI and Robots to Represent the New Workforce in 2028

Human Beings, AI and Robots to Represent the New Workforce in 2028 | The future of work | Scoop.it
During the next 10 years, CIOs need to prepare for the killer combo: people + technology.
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“The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn”
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The 3 Things Employees Really Want: Career, Community, Cause

The 3 Things Employees Really Want: Career, Community, Cause | The future of work | Scoop.it
According to an analysis of Facebook employees.
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The Future of Human Work Is Imagination, Creativity, and Strategy

The Future of Human Work Is Imagination, Creativity, and Strategy | The future of work | Scoop.it
Rethink the role of people in your organization.
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How Automation Will Change Work, Purpose, and Meaning

How Automation Will Change Work, Purpose, and Meaning | The future of work | Scoop.it

The vast majority of humans throughout history worked because they had to. Many found comfort, value, and meaning in their efforts, but some defined work as a necessity to be avoided if possible. For centuries, elites in societies from Europe to Asia aspired to absolution from gainful employment. Aristotle defined a “man in freedom” as the pinnacle of human existence, an individual freed of any concern for the necessities of life and with nearly complete personal agency. (Tellingly, he did not define wealthy merchants as free to the extent that their minds were pre-occupied with acquisition.)

 

The promise of AI and automation raises new questions about the role of work in our lives. Most of us will remain focused for decades to come on activities of physical or financial production, but as technology provides services and goods at ever-lower cost, human beings will be compelled to discover new roles — roles that aren’t necessarily tied to how we conceive of work today.


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Ian Berry's curator insight, January 17, 7:26 PM
The final line is a key premise for us all to act on now "When our machines release us from ever more tasks, to what will we turn our attentions? This will be the defining question of our coming century."
CCM Consultancy's curator insight, January 18, 12:46 AM

Most ancient Greek philosophers prioritized contemplation over action as the pinnacle of human endeavor. Arendt did battle with this notion, arguing on behalf of action. Contemporary culture appears to agree. Ultimately, though, action and contemplation function best when allied. We have the opportunity — perhaps the responsibility — to turn our curiosity and social natures to action and contemplation.

John Lasschuit ®™'s curator insight, January 19, 9:30 AM

We should all be re-educated.

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What the future of work will mean for jobs, skills, and wages | McKinsey & Company

What the future of work will mean for jobs, skills, and wages | McKinsey & Company | The future of work | Scoop.it
In an era marked by rapid advances in automation and artificial intelligence, new research assesses the jobs lost and jobs gained under different scenarios through 2030.
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Four Ways Work Will Change in the Future

Four Ways Work Will Change in the Future | The future of work | Scoop.it
At a Stanford symposium, experts discuss shifting education expectations, technology’s impact, and new worker demands.
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Six Lessons CEOs Can Learn from HR-Forward Companies

Six Lessons CEOs Can Learn from HR-Forward Companies | The future of work | Scoop.it
Here are six ways CEOs can ensure they're getting the most from their HR departments.
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How Managers Drive Results and Employee Engagement at the Same Time

How Managers Drive Results and Employee Engagement at the Same Time | The future of work | Scoop.it
It’s not about experience.
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Employee Engagement and results are no contradictions. Engaged employees will help you to drive better results.
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Google Spent 2 Years Studying 180 Teams. The Most Successful Ones Shared These 5 Traits

Insights from Google's new study could forever change how teams are assembled.
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This Is Why Your Startup Plan Needs To Include HR

This Is Why Your Startup Plan Needs To Include HR | The future of work | Scoop.it
If you’re only thinking about it when there’s a team conflict, it’s probably too late.
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An early focus on people - team - org will drive sustainable success during a heavy growth phase. Agile, open-minded HR/People advice and support can make a difference for early stages entrepreneurs.
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Transitioning to the future of work and the workplace | Deloitte US

Transitioning to the future of work and the workplace | Deloitte US | The future of work | Scoop.it
A Deloitte survey (sponsored by Facebook) asked C-suite executives for their perspectives on the future of work.
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