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Dilemas para y sobre el futuro del trabajo

Dilemas para y sobre el futuro del trabajo | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

Los dilemas que nos estamos encontrando y que nos vamos a encontrar para el futuro del trabajo son diferentes, según vamos leyendo, las diferentes organizaciones y mercados, según también las nacionalidades, dejamos de terminar, cuál podría ser el mejor para definirnos, el cambio ha llegado y deja de darnos tregua cuanto más avanza el tiempo.

El mismo tiempo que este mismo espacio, el pasado día 13 de abril cumplimos 9 años de esta humilde aventura, intentando licuar los aprendizajes, ideas, pensamientos junto a las mismas experiencias profesionales y personales, con las Gracias que siempre nos acompaña en todas las entradas para marcar dónde empezamos.

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The 4 Digital Skills everyone will need for the Future of Work

The 4 Digital Skills everyone will need for the Future of Work | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

A recent report by the Institute for the Future, in partnership with Dell, predicts that 85% of jobs that will be available in 2030 haven’t been invented yet. Sound unlikely? I don’t think it’s as crazy as it seems, especially when we think of everything that has changed in the last ten years, like social media, artificial intelligence, and automation. The work human beings do will continue to shift as some jobs become obsolete and new jobs emerge – and the experience and skill set we'll need in the future look very different from the ones we need today.

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The Future of Work, as seen by 52,000 people

The Future of Work, as seen by 52,000 people | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

Somewhere, amidst all the confusion and uncertainty of the pandemic, a power shift occurred. Workers, who for years felt relatively toothless in negotiating with their employers, found a new source of strength. That has given rise to the Great Resignation, where employees are leaving positions in search of jobs that are more fulfilling and lucrative.

Bad news for employers: That’s not going to end anytime soon.

A recent PwC survey spoke with over 52,000 people globally to get a sense of their thoughts in 2022. And among the many findings, the job wanderlust of the past year is still going strong, with one-in-five workers saying they're likely to switch to a new employer in the next 12 months.

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How remote work can lead to unfair electricity bills

How remote work can lead to unfair electricity bills | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

The COVID-19 pandemic has given us a sneak peek into how working from home changes electricity demand and what that might mean for Americans’ utility bills. The picture it’s painted so far isn’t very pretty, particularly for anyone who’s already struggling to meet their needs.

The transition to remote work is changing our energy system in ways that could worsen racial and economic inequities in the US. Working from home shifts energy costs from employers to workers. That burden is bigger for people who live in older, less efficient homes.

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4 reasons Remote Work will survive a recession: Stanford's Nick Bloom

4 reasons Remote Work will survive a recession: Stanford's Nick Bloom | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

The pandemic-induced recession in 2020 introduced millions of Americans to remote work. If another recession is in fact on the horizon, the work-from-home trend isn't going anywhere.

That's according to Stanford economist Nick Bloom, a leading remote work expert and co-founder of WFH Research, where he and his team publish findings on all things work from home.

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Hybrid work approach for success

Hybrid work approach for success | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

While we want the best of home and work, too often we end up with the worst of both. Employees show up at the office for a scheduled number of days only to find a ghost town. They commute long distances to spend their time alone and on Zoom calls. Likewise, work-from-home days can feel robotic and blur the lines between work and life. Without clear boundaries, work takes over home, and high-performing employees can burn out.

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The art of staying connected with a Remote Workforce—without constant

The art of staying connected with a Remote Workforce—without constant | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

Remember when you could walk the halls of your office and see employees chatting in the break room or laughing as they made their way to their next meeting? That was pretty awesome, but it was something many businesses had to give up with remote work. While remote work has incredible benefits for employees—such as flexibility, no commute, and the access to work outside of the city or region in which they live—it also has a downside. It’s easy for remote teams to become disconnected and feel isolated from one another.

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The Neighborhood Effect: Implications of Hybrid Work

The Neighborhood Effect: Implications of Hybrid Work | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

We will most likely look back on the past 20-plus months as a quantum leap forward on the landscape of work, with the future of work potentially advancing as much as 10 years as a result of our collective experience of working virtually. More than anything, we will surely reflect back upon this time as the "great shift" from human capital centric organizations, toward institutions that focus more on the importance of social capital.

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¿Qué impacto tendrá el metaverso en el trabajo y en las carreras universitarias?

¿Qué impacto tendrá el metaverso en el trabajo y en las carreras universitarias? | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

En el caso de esta edición del newsletter vamos a revisar las implicancias que este nuevo universo tendrá sobre el mundo del trabajo y, por lo tanto, las formaciones universitarias. En otras palabras, qué perfiles profesionales deberemos formar para que puedan dialogar con las tecnologías y los desafíos sociales y económicos que traerá el metaverso. 

 

Hace unos pocos meses atrás, la banca de inversión CITY publicó un documento muy interesante en el que estimaron que la “economía Metaverso” podría llegar a mover entre 8 y 13 billones de dólares para 2030. Esto implicaría un crecimiento exponencial, motorizado por empresas, creadores y usuarios, pero principalmente construido por perfiles profesionales que serán altamente demandados en esta década.

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Estas son las habilidades que te exigirá el entorno laboral en cinco años, ¿tú las tienes?

Estas son las habilidades que te exigirá el entorno laboral en cinco años, ¿tú las tienes? | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

Más allá del conocimiento técnico, los trabajadores del mañana requieren ciertas habilidades como la creatividad, el liderazgo, la inteligencia emocional, la capacidad de análisis y el pensamiento crítico para aportar valor dentro de la organización para la que trabajan. Según un reporte elaborado por el Foro Económico Mundial (WEF): "El 50% de todos los empleados necesitarán volver a capacitarse para 2025, a medida que aumente la adopción de tecnología".

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The best examples of Human and Robot collaboration

The best examples of Human and Robot collaboration | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

The future of work is not about humans being replaced by robots. Rather, it is about us learning to work alongside smart, automated technology that will augment our capabilities while allowing us to focus on skills that are uniquely humans.

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Metaverse paradox: Why we need better interoperability

Metaverse paradox: Why we need better interoperability | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it
  • The metaverse will define the next technological era, characterized by more intuitive ways to interact with technology such as through virtual reality.
  • However, advancements in metaverse technology are largely being driven by Big Tech, which also created 'walled garden' ecosystems.
  • The industry must increase efforts to enable standardization in order to create a seamless experience for enterprise users and others.
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Web 5.0: The next wave of innovation

Web 5.0: The next wave of innovation | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

Web 5.0 is the next generation of the World Wide Web, which is currently under development. It is being designed to address the shortcomings of the current web, such as its reliance on centralized servers, lack of privacy, and vulnerability to censorship. It will also be more user-friendly and interactive, focusing on artificial intelligence (AI) and virtual reality (VR).

The goal is to create a more immersive and personalized experience for users. For example, it would show you results tailored to your interests and needs instead of just displaying a search results list. Additionally, it would be able to understand your natural language queries and provide more accurate results.

Web 5.0 will be based on a decentralized network of nodes, making it more resilient to attacks and outages. It will also feature built-in privacy protection and censorship-resistant publishing, making it much more difficult for governments and corporations to control what information is on the web.

The development of Web 5.0 is still in its early stages, but it has the potential to revolutionize the way we use the internet.


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The hybrid working disaster

The hybrid working disaster | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

So, hybrid working was invented with employees working two or three days from home and mandated to be in the office for the rest of the week. It’s a lazy solution and a fudge that is destined to fail.

From the Microsoft Work Trend Index it’s clear that many employers don’t see any sort of home working as a permanent state of affairs with 50% of leaders interviewed saying “their company already requires, or plans to require, full-time in-person work in the year ahead”.

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Power is shifting away from employees: Can remote work survive?

Power is shifting away from employees: Can remote work survive? | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

In the last couple years, employees have made some great strides in terms of flexibility, pay and quality of life—but that may be ending. Historically low levels of unemployment, employers needing to hire and the reality of the talent revolution have meant that employees could demand more. From remote working to enhanced benefits and better pay, employee expectations have increased, and organizations have largely risen to the new levels of demand.

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Three ways to prevent Hybrid Work from breaking your company culture

Three ways to prevent Hybrid Work from breaking your company culture | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

Many employees love hybrid work models. But this new approach to work can have a profound impact on their sense of community and connection. A Harvard Business Review study of more than 1,000 employees found that many who worked at least partially remotely felt more excluded from workplace affairs than their in-office counterparts. PwC’s Global Culture Survey 2021 found that among employees who worked from home during the pandemic, 44% found it more difficult to maintain a sense of community with their peers.

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How the ‘Uber Economy’ is killing innovation, prosperity, and entrepreneurship

How the ‘Uber Economy’ is killing innovation, prosperity, and entrepreneurship | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

Today, it seems that almost everyone wants to be the “Uber” of something, and why not? With very little capital investment, the company has completely disrupted the taxicab industry and attained a market value of around $60 billion. In an earlier era, it would have taken decades to have created that kind of impact on a global scale.

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Metaverse technology is still in its infancy, but has the potential to transform the world as we know it

Metaverse technology is still in its infancy, but has the potential to transform the world as we know it | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

We now live in a world where interacting daily, moment by moment, on global digital platforms has become a natural, expected and essential part of our lives. Today, we assemble and zoom in on each other in virtual offices, make and share digital art in virtual galleries and museums, play games together, and have a well-being workshop, all online. This can be seen as a growing Metaverse. This Metaverse, however, is still in its infancy. And as Mark van Rijmenam, author and tech expert, warns in a recent interview with Dinis Guarda: “we need to make sure the Metaverse works for us, as humans, not the other way around”.

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Companies move to drop college degree requirements for new hires, focus on skills

Companies move to drop college degree requirements for new hires, focus on skills | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

A new study shows employers are ending college degree requirements for many job openings, focusing instead on skills, experience, and personality traits. The sea change opens up tech jobs to a more diverse pool of candidates.

Edumorfosis's insight:
¿Se derrumban las Catedrales del Conocimiento?

Un aspecto que no se menciona mucho en los artículos es que las personas con títulos académicos cobran mejores salarios que aquellos que tienen grados mínimos o certificaciones técnicas.
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Navigating complexity

Navigating complexity | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

The Cynefin framework can help us connect work and learning, especially for emergent and novel practices, for which we do not have good or best practices known in advance. When we want to create a conducive learning environment for knowledge workers, the Cynefin framework helps us see the inherent weakness of instructional systems design (ISD) — designed for formal learning — which works from the premise of predetermined learning objectives and activities, usually based on good and best practices observed in the workplace.

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Cinco razones que explican por qué el momento del metaverso es ahora

Cinco razones que explican por qué el momento del metaverso es ahora | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

El metaverso es un continuo, un espectro de mundos, realidades y modelos de negocio mejorados digitalmente. Se aplica a todos los aspectos de la empresa, desde el consumidor hasta el trabajador y en toda la organización; de la realidad a lo virtual y viceversa; de las 2D a las 3D; y de la nube y la inteligencia artificial a la realidad extendida, el blockchain, los gemelos digitales, las tecnologías de vanguardia y más allá.

 

El metaverso promete mezclar nuestras vidas físicas y digitales, permitiéndonos participar o habitar una experiencia compartida persistente. Es un espacio en el que no sólo colaboramos para trabajar, sino que experimentamos nuevas formas de comprar, jugar, crear y divertirnos.

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Why overthinkers struggle with Remote Work

Why overthinkers struggle with Remote Work | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

Anyone can suffer under the isolation of remote work – even for the least social people, spending workdays with only a webcam or messaging platform to contact people they once saw all the time can eventually take a toll. But this isolation can be particularly hard on one type of worker: the ‘overthinker’. These are individuals who tend to over-analyze events around and pertaining to them, and need reassurance that everything is OK.

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Metaverso: buscando el sentido profundo de este nuevo cambio tecnológico

Metaverso: buscando el sentido profundo de este nuevo cambio tecnológico | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

El metaverso está de moda. Artículos y reportajes en los medios y entrevistas a grandes dirigentes empresariales lo demuestran. Una de estas últimas es la de Expansión del 25 de mayo al presidente de Telefónica, José María Álvarez-Pallete, con motivo de su estancia en Davos. El suplemento Negocios de El País de 15 de mayo pasado incluye también un gran reportaje firmado por Manuel G. Pascual. Los titulares de estos dos trabajos dan una idea de por donde van los tiros en este tema. Álvarez-Pallete dice: “El metaverso será un cambio más profundo que Internet” y el reportaje de Negocios se denomina, “Metaverso: ¿el negocio del siglo o la gran burbuja?”.

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The 4 Digital Skills everyone will need for the Future of Work

The 4 Digital Skills everyone will need for the Future of Work | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

A recent report by the Institute for the Future, in partnership with Dell, predicts that 85% of jobs that will be available in 2030 haven’t been invented yet. Sound unlikely? I don’t think it’s as crazy as it seems, especially when we think of everything that has changed in the last ten years, like social media, artificial intelligence, and automation. The work human beings do will continue to shift as some jobs become obsolete and new jobs emerge – and the experience and skill set we'll need in the future look very different from the ones we need today.

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The future of working in the Metaverse

The future of working in the Metaverse | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

According to David Whelan, chief executive officer at the virtual communications platform provider Engage XR Holdings PLC, the true impact that this technology will have on the workforce remains unknown. “It really is vast and open,” he said. “What we’re seeing today is that a lot of businesses are already using virtual office spaces to replace physical offices.”

Whelan went on to explain that these virtual office spaces and meta worlds have been an incredibly useful tool as more and more of the workforce becomes remote and employees crave a deeper connection with their team.

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[PDF] 2022 Work Trend Index: Great expectatios - Making hybrid work WORK

[PDF] 2022 Work Trend Index: Great expectatios - Making hybrid work WORK | Edumorfosis.Work | Scoop.it

One thing is clear: We’re not the same people that went home to work in early 2020. The collective experience of the past two years has left a lasting imprint, fundamentally changing how we define the role of work in our lives. The data shows the Great Reshuffle is far from over. Employees everywhere are rethinking their “worth it” equation and are voting with their feet. And as more people experience the upsides of flexible work, the more heavily it factors into the equation. For Gen Z and Millennials, there’s no going back. And with other generations not far behind, companies must meet employees where they are.

As leaders puzzle over how to make hybridwork work, big questions loom: What is the role of the office? How do teams build social capital in a digital-first world? The challenge ahead for every organization is to meet employees’ great new expectations head- on while balancing business outcomes in an
unpredictable economy.

To help leaders navigate the uncertainty, the 2022 Work Trend Index outlines findings from a study of 31,000 people in 31 countries, along with an analysis of trillions of productivity signals in Microsoft 365 and labor trends on LinkedIn. While we’re all learning as we go, the findings reveal an urgent opportunity—and responsibility—for leaders to approach the transition with intention and a growth mindset, or risk being left behind.

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