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McKinsey Global Institute: A future that works: #automation, employment and productivity #job #jobs

Automation is an idea that has inspired science fiction writers and futurologists for more than a century. Today it is no longer fiction, as companies increasingly use robots on production lines or algorithms to optimize their logistics, manage inventory, and carry out other core business functions. 121 more words

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The Future of Work

Datestamp: 11/8/2016

As I write this, the US elections are underway, and one thing that stands out is that the concept of “work” in this country, as well as in the world is changing drastically. 1,025 more words


Medium: 10 #digital workplace predictions for 2017 #jobs #job

  • 1. Digital workplaces seize on AI in the “intelligent workplace”

  • 2. Focus shifts from “firing up tech” to changing behaviour and culture

  • 3. Digital workplace strategy takes central role…

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We can all be part of a great story

Connecting dots combines the 10 most read stories on weareinnovation.org  over the last week into a single analysis that highlights our readers innovation priorities.

There isn’t a day without a journalist, specialist and other expert explaining how our economies, democracies and societies stand at a turning point in history. 1,249 more words


Restoring Sanity to the Office #work #jobs #careerarc

Sarah Green-Carmichael from the Harvard Business Review IdeaCast interviews me about sanity at work, how over-collaboration and excessive real-time communication/chat are destroying our work days, and plenty more. 29 more words

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McKinsey & Company: Harnessing automation for a future that works

Automation is happening, and it will bring substantial benefits to businesses and economies worldwide, but it won’t arrive overnight. A new McKinsey Global Institute report finds realizing automation’s full potential requires people and technology to work hand in hand. 12 more words

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Your job won't be completely replaced by robots—just a third of it

If  being swapped out for a robot is keeping you up at night, don’t panic yet: According to a new analysis from McKinsey, less than 5% of global occupations could be fully automated using current technology. 648 more words