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The frightening future – no jobs for humans. Or not?

When we read every day those terrifying forecasts that computers will take over our jobs, will rule the world and maybe decide that the best way to deal with global warming is to eliminate humans, it is worth remembering what Nils Bohr, Nobel laureate in Physics, had to say: "Prediction is very difficult, especially if it's about the future."

What's golf got to do with organizational success?

Running an organization is a complicated activity -- there are an infinite number of variables, options, many decisions to make -- and it is easy to get lost in the detail...

Disaggregating the concept of "the job"

 

Why do we say “I'm going to work” and not “I'm going to my job” and why is that relevant in the future world of work? Today, we have jobs we’re paid to perform a specific role for a certain number of hours each week and we get a somewhat predictable salary in return. But it wasn’t always so.