Q2: in the "FutureofWork, a major trend will be emerging new business models that can take advantage of the 'blurred lines' between companies, partners, customers and employees -- #automation will need to accommodate these new business models
Q1/A2 Tech is also putting pressure on both individuals and companies to lean into technology - become tech literate, employ the technologies most likely to make a difference for the business. There’s a huge need for upskilling and reskilling.
A1b) As humans though, one thing won’t change, and that is the power of relationships. Connecting and communicating will still be key in the #FutureofWork, no matter how much #automation takes over. #ThinkForward
Q3/A1 Any role that comprises mostly repetitive, routine tasks is at risk. I’m most interested in what this means for white collar work - bookkeepers, accountants, paralegals, entry level consultants, bankers... all at some risk of being displaced at least in part.