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El Futuro del Empleo (Marc Vidal)

El Futuro del Empleo (Marc Vidal) | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

No te preocupes por que un robot te vaya a quitar tu empleo, preocúpate por que alguien que se lleve mejor que tu con un robot te quite el empleo. Pero debes prepararte pues ¿sabías que la automatización, la robotización y la sustitución de tareas humanas por inteligencia artificial se ha acelerado muchísimo en estos meses? ¿Tienes idea¿s de lo que vamos a encontrarnos en el mundo laboral cuando todo este lío pase? En breve veremos como cambiarán esos contratos sociales que llamamos empleo, jubilación o renta básica.

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Se buscan profesionales que rompan los límites

Se buscan profesionales que rompan los límites | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

La digitalización acelerada ha cambiado el paso de las empresas y ha puesto en valor la necesidad de apostar por los perfiles tecnológicos e innovadores. Pero, en un mundo cada vez más conectado y complejo se ha reforzado también la importancia de unir talentos diversos y versátiles. Se engrandece la figura del polímata, profesionales que aúnan conocimientos humanísticos, empresariales y tecnológicos y son capaces de ‘salir de la caja’, es decir, ofrecer una visión global y distintiva que permita a los negocios ir un paso más allá. «Nunca hubo un momento de la humanidad donde tantas personas estuvieran conectadas entre sí, en el que fuera tan barato estudiar con gente tan buena y donde tanta gente cualificada esté pensando a la vez. Estamos en un pliegue de la historia y el Covid-19 lo que ha hecho es acelerarlo», afirma Carlos Rebate, escritor y polímata.

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Hybrid Anxiety and Hybrid Optimism: The near of work

Hybrid Anxiety and Hybrid Optimism: The near of work | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

As we start to go “back to the office,” it has become increasingly clear that the offices in question have changed irreversibly. Companies have shared in surveys, or stated outright, that the dominant model for the near future is hybrid work. Some fear it will be “the worst of both worlds”, but the term “hybrid work” is still poorly defined. Hybrid work isn’t a straightforward, linear combination of remote and in-person work — it is a significant evolution of the modern enterprise that asks (as former Microsoft executive Steven Sinofsky has observed): What is the structure of getting things done?

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How to pick the best days to Work from Home

How to pick the best days to Work from Home | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

HYBRID WORKING may be the future but that raises the question of how it will actually be organized. Will companies let their employees choose which days they come in to the office, and which days they are at home? And what about working hours? If employees do get a choice, they clearly need a strategy to maximize their visibility and minimize the stress. So this columnist has a few tips about which days you should opt to work from home.

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Por qué muchos jefes favorecen el "presentismo" por encima de la productividad

Por qué muchos jefes favorecen el "presentismo" por encima de la productividad | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

Si la pandemia nos ha enseñado algo sobre el trabajo, es que no necesitamos pasar largas horas en una oficina para ser productivos. Entonces, ¿por qué el presentismo sigue siendo tan importante? Antes de la pandemia, los datos de una encuesta en Reino Unido mostraron que el 80% de los trabajadores dijeron que existía el presentismo en su lugar de trabajo, y una cuarta parte de los encuestados dijo que había empeorado desde el año anterior.

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Is the pandemic accelerating Automation? Don’t be so sure

Is the pandemic accelerating Automation? Don’t be so sure | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

AS ECONOMIES REOPEN, labour shortages are still worsening. In America the number of unfilled vacancies, at 9.3m, has never been so high. Job postings in Canada are 20% above pre-pandemic levels. Even in Europe, slower out of the post-lockdown gates, a growing number of employers complain of how hard it is to find staff. Debates over labour shortages have focused on welfare policy and economic disruption. But the phenomenon has a deeper lesson. It tells us something about the myths of automation.

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Driving the next generation of Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Driving the next generation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

The rapid growth in Big Data has driven much of the growth in AI alongside reduced cost of data storage (Cloud Servers) and Graphical Processing Units (GPUs) making Deep Learning more scalable. Data will continue to drive much of the future growth of AI, however, the nature of the data and the location of its interaction with AI will change. This article will set out how the future of AI will increasingly be alongside data generated at the edge of the network (on device) closer to the user. This will have the advantage that latency will be lower and 5G networks will enable a dramatic increase in device connectivity with much greater capacity to connect IoT devices relative to 4G networks.

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Future of Work: What the Post-Pandemic Workplace holds for remote workers’ careers

Future of Work: What the Post-Pandemic Workplace holds for remote workers’ careers | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

What does the future hold for remote workers? And what will post-pandemic workdays look like—back to the office, working from home or a hybrid? While the light at the end of the tunnel seems within reach, companies across the globe are scrambling to create the future workplace. One way to predict the future of work is to understand people’s remote work experiences over the last year. And based on recent reports, one thing is clear: remote work has left an impression. The Limeade Institute’s Employee Care Report 3.0 found that 100% of formerly onsite workers said they’re anxious about returning to the office, 71% said they were concerned about less flexibility and 77% said they’re worried about exposure to Covid-19.

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[PDF] 2021 Technologist sentiment report

[PDF] 2021 Technologist sentiment report | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it
Welcome to Dice’s Technologist Sentiment Report, taking the pulse of technology professionals on key issues including job and career satisfaction, remote and flexible work, workload and work-life balance, interest in changing employers, and their outlook on the tech profession in a post-pandemic world.
 
The data and insights revealed in the report can make a markedly positive difference for recruiters and employers in attracting and retaining top tech talent for the remainder of this year and beyond.
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Liam's 11 horrible predictions for Remote Work!

Liam's 11 horrible predictions for Remote Work! | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

The phrases “remote work,” “distributed teams,” and “digital nomad” are trending more and more on the Internet. A lot of organizations and remote employees (including us�) are writing about why remote work is great. I, for one, am considered as almost a "Militant" Remote Work Advocate (and I won't deny that�) but I try to look at it from the practical point of view.

As remote work is a new trend, we have all been talking about its positive side (I did a video on 11 Great Predictions for Remote Work, link below) but recently one of my friends asked me why don't I talk about the negative aspects of it. Hmmmmmm!! That gave me the idea of listing down these 11 Horrible Predictions for Remote Work.

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¿Está preparada la gente para el teletrabajo en las AAPP?

¿Está preparada la gente para el teletrabajo en las AAPP? | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

Vamos a analizar la preparación para el teletrabajo a título individual. Para ello analizaremos condiciones y características que hacen que una persona se sienta formada y preparada para teletrabajar. Buscamos resolver es qué aspectos son los que habría que refozar o mejorar para aumentar el teletrabajo y gestionar esas condiciones para que su impacto sea el mejor en las que son favorable y mitigarlo cuando sean desfavorables. Así que, si os venís, tenemos cosas de las que hablar.

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Only 30% of companies will embrace a full return-to-office model post-pandemic

Only 30% of companies will embrace a full return-to-office model post-pandemic | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

While many business leaders are drawn to vaccine passports as a solution to bring their workforces back to the office full-time, Forrester (Nasdaq: FORR) predicts that 70% of US and European companies will pivot to a hybrid work model post-pandemic. In a hybrid model setup, at least some employees can work anywhere they want for two or more days a week while coming into the office on the remaining workdays. Forrester’s research shows that companies that master this opportunity will accrue both employee experience and business benefits, including higher retention rates and long-term recruitment advantages.

According to Forrester, 55% of US employees say they hope to work from home more often, even after the pandemic ends. Additionally, leaders need to consider overall employee sentiment toward vaccination when planning return-to-office strategies. According to data:

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4 ways to recreate The Office Watercooler (Alex Howland)

4 ways to recreate The Office Watercooler (Alex Howland) | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

Alex Howland, Ph.D., is the President and Co-founder of Viberla, a virtual world platform for remote work, learning, and events. His expertise in organizational psychology gives him a unique perspective on creating virtual work and education spaces. He designed Virbela specifically to create a unique virtual experience where users feel psychologically safe and are more likely to collaborate, brainstorm, and succeed.

With no breaks and social interactions that used to take place in hallways, during lunch, or casually around the office “watercooler,” we’re seeing remote workforces struggle with employee morale, productivity, and creativity. He understands the common workplace challenges that leaders today are facing, and in this session recording from our latest online conference, Alex will give you the tools to help overcome them and recreate the office water cooler for your team.

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Creating a Hybrid Workplace

Creating a Hybrid Workplace | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

How are you preparing your business for the future? As businesses start to plan office reopens and incorporate hybrid work environments, explore key considerations to factor with Louis Lhoest, Managing Partner at Veldhoen + Company in this 7min video.

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Why invest in Upskilling for the Future of Work

Why invest in Upskilling for the Future of Work | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

Reskilling is learning a new skill altogether to equip you to move to another job area or specialization. It is a good strategy to adopt when you do not want to lose a valued employee due to a loss of the present position.

 

Whereas upskilling means building upon your existing skills and taking your knowledge levels about the same a notch higher. Upskilling primarily focuses on helping employees become more skilled and relevant at their current position within the organization.

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The hybrid work paradox

The hybrid work paradox | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

Hybrid Work represents the biggest shift to how we work in our generation. And it will require a new operating model, spanning people, places, and processes. Today, we published a playbook sharing some of what we’ve learned to date, including data, research, and best practices designed to help organizations navigate these evolving work norms.

 

Here are some highlights.

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Top 10 AI innovation trends for you to experience in 2021

Top 10 AI innovation trends for you to experience in 2021 | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

AI is the hottest trend when it comes to technology and innovation that transforms the daily lives of people across the world. On one hand, there is an emergence of AI innovation trends and on the other hand, it has created a plethora of job opportunities for humans. AI innovation trends are expected to drive massive breakthroughs in multiple industries such as healthcare, automotive, manufacturing finance and so on in these recent years. It has become an essential component to boost productivity and assist employees through machine learning algorithms, RPA, cybersecurity and many more. The rapid growth of advanced technologies with the implementation of AI can transform the foreseeable future of the tech-driven world.

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El futuro del trabajo: La creatividad para los humanos y la fuerza para las máquinas

El futuro del trabajo: La creatividad para los humanos y la fuerza para las máquinas | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

Puede que estés leyendo este artículo desde tu despacho y preferirías estar teletrabajando. O quizás empieces estas líneas desde casa, aunque te gustaría estar en la oficina para una mayor concentración. Cabe la posibilidad de que, como empresario, pienses en cómo combinar estas dos modalidades o que tu compañía tenga ahora mismo en su hoja de ruta una modificación de la jornada laboral. También podrías estar cavilando sobre cómo la automatización y la digitalización están afectando a tu puesto de trabajo y de qué manera puedes adaptarte a estos procesos. O a lo mejor estás a punto de jubilarte e imaginas en cómo será el mundo laboral de tus hijos o nietos.

Dudas, temas y retos que desafían el futuro del trabajo, una previsión siempre incierta que ha sumado aún más variables con la pandemia, que ha alterado por completo nuestras vidas y cuyos efectos se dejarán notar incluso después de la vacunación. Así lo evidencia la reciente intención de Telefónica, una de las grandes compañías españolas, por implantar una semana laboral de cuatro días -con rebaja de sueldo- y priorizar el teletrabajo en ciertos proyectos; algo impensable hasta hace unos meses.

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3 workplace rules that are being thrown out the window when offices reopen in 2021

3 workplace rules that are being thrown out the window when offices reopen in 2021 | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

When offices reopen this year, the biggest change for most of us will be moving to a hybrid working model. This is an approach that combines remote and in-office work in any combination of days per week or month. Before the pandemic, hybrid models were becoming more common but were still considered an unusual perk requiring justification. Following the pandemic, hybrid work will be the norm instead of the exception.

The hybrid model comes with changes to workplace rules you might not expect. There will be new norms that form, but there are others that will likely go away. Here are three rules you can expect to go out the window.

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With the coming AI-Robot jobs armageddon, why is this time different?

With the coming AI-Robot jobs armageddon, why is this time different? | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

Are computers, robots, and machines automating too many jobs out of existence. Is it accurate to describe the short-term jobs market an “AI-robot jobs Armageddon,” as some have?

The future is rarely as comfortable as the status quo. For certain demographic groups, technological innovation and the evolution of ideas can be disruptive, messy, and worse. This is reflected to some extent in the labor market, where currently the average 50-year-old person has held 12 different jobs. The only thing certain is change, and to a large extent, change is driven by technology advances.

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Automation and the Future of Work - How engineered systems are improving the workplace

Automation and the Future of Work - How engineered systems are improving the workplace | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

It’s abundantly clear that the future of work will be markedly different from our jobs today. AI, automation, and advanced engineered systems promise improvements in safety, simplification of routine tasks, and higher productivity levels across organizations.

While there is much to be argued about when it comes to the ethics of automation and the role it will play in our lives, it is important to understand the spaces in which automation (if applied without racial, gender, and other biases) will undoubtedly improve the workplace experience. This is especially true in areas such as safety and repetitive tasks.

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Working from home with xR & 5G in the metaverse

Working from home with xR & 5G in the metaverse | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

The world in which we live and work saw an unprecedented level of transformation in the past year during the COVID pandemic. Through it all, we’re still striving to innovate. Technology took center stage solving many new challenges when employees started working remotely. Within the first several months of the pandemic, we built our home office space, upgraded our cameras and microphones, hung guitars in the background next to the shelf of our favorite books, and placed a few pieces of art on the wall. Many of us also managed to become teachers to our children and took the opportunity to adopt a new pet, or simply spend more time with our families.

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Driving a Remote Cultural Evolution (Craig Kaplan)

Driving a Remote Cultural Evolution (Craig Kaplan) | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

Craig Kaplan is the Chief Customer Officer at Virbela, a virtual world platform for remote work, learning, and events where he leads sales, marketing, and customer operations, overseeing the entire customer journey from branding and messaging, to sales and customer onboarding, to account management and customer success. He has more than 20 years of sales and technology leadership experience, collected at both startups and Fortune 500 companies. Kaplan has served the education community in board positions at UCLA, and in 2017, launched Southern California’s Startup Grind chapter to connect entrepreneurs and investors with local startups.

Melissa Daimler has been an executive at high-growth companies for over twenty years. She now works as an executive coach, advisor, and facilitator. Her primary focus is helping leaders operationalize culture. She led HR for a fast-growing venture-funded startup, created and built Learning & Organizational Development function for Adobe, Twitter, and WeWork. She built a coaching company while also the first employee of Coach University, one of the first leaders in the coaching field. She is a speaker, panelist, and contributor to broad industry publishers including Harvard Business Review (HBR), Huffington Post, Chief Learning Officer, and Chief Talent Development Officer magazines.

With the shift to remote work, business leaders need to understand how to guide organizational culture into the future. When offices are virtual or meetings are online, culture shows up in some interesting new ways. What does that mean? What does that look like? Everyone contributes via their ideas, work styles, attitudes, and actions, but working together creates its own vibe, often with a ripple effect.

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There are now hundreds of Collaborative VR Tools - What's next?

There are now hundreds of Collaborative VR Tools - What's next? | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

Each week, a new "virtual office" or "metaverse" startup announces that they are "revolutionizing" work, play, or events. Each month, another huge company announces that "Hey! We're cool and we're doing that too!" While the hyped up marketing lingo doesn't do anyone any favors, some of them might be right. Many of them will be proven wrong.

In any case, excitement is back in the virtual air, even as more people start breathing real air again with their colleagues in real, physical workplaces. The remote work macro trend has received a jolt and is still going strong, and so services are popping up to meet demand, and to meet the perception that people want different tools than video chat.

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Gartner says the majority of Technology Products and Services will be built by professionals outside of IT by 2024

Gartner says the majority of Technology Products and Services will be built by professionals outside of IT by 2024 | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

By 2024, 80% of technology products and services will be built by those who are not technology professionals, according to Gartner, Inc. This trend is driven by a new category of buyers outside of the traditional IT enterprise who are occupying a larger share of the overall IT market. Today, total business-led IT spend averages up to 36% of the total formal IT budget.

Digital business is treated as a team sport by CEOs and no longer the sole domain of the IT department,” said Rajesh Kandaswamy, distinguished research vice president at Gartner. “Growth in digital data, low-code development tools and artificial intelligence (AI)-assisted development are among the many factors that enable the democratization of technology development beyond IT professionals.”

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Gig Workers are here to stay, It’s time to give them benefits

Gig Workers are here to stay, It’s time to give them benefits | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

Answering the question “Where do you work?” has gotten a whole lot harder. Putting aside the global pandemic that’s forced people from their offices, the past five years have seen radical changes in the way we work and how employers mine and engage with the talent pool. But even amid major developments like the aging of the workforce or the arrival of Gen Z, one trend has caused more disruption and innovation than any other: the rise of the Gig Economy.

Though the term may still conjure images of ride-share drivers or food delivery workers, the gig economy has exploded in recent years to include all segments of the workforce, from basic administrative support professionals to specialized experts with some of the world’s most in-demand skills. Gig is most certainly big, and US employers are beginning to catch on by bringing these workers into their organizations for immediate support where traditional talent acquisition just won’t do.

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