4 Ways to Build a Human Company in the Age of Machines
In his new TED Talk, Tim argues that we need "beautiful organizations" and a new radical humanism.
Beauty is exactly what the world needs right now. And there’s no better place to start than business.
Half of the human workforce is expected to be replaced by robots and software in the next two decades. As machines take our jobs and do them more efficiently, the only work left for us humans is the kind of work that must be done beautifully, rather than efficiently: with imagination, empathy, and love.
In his new TED Talk, Tim explores beauty as a critical quality for organizations striving to attract and retain the best talent as well as create meaningful relationships with their customers and society. Illustrated through concrete examples, Tim makes a case for a new radical humanism in an age of AI and automation and proposes four principles that you can use to build beautiful organizations:
1. Do the unnecessary
2. Create intimacy
3. Be ugly
4. Remain incomplete
Watch it here.