The Very Human Future of Work
Tim addressed Italian business leaders in a seminar at the The European House Ambrosetti in Milan.
In the face of exponential technological development and fundamental shifts in the world of work, change is the only certainty. What might it mean to be a professional, organization or employer when half of the human workforce is expected to be replaced by robots or software in the next 20 years? [Without work, what will give our lives structure, direction, and meaning? Might it change what it means to be human?]
Tim addressed this topic in a half-day seminar he hosted at The European House Ambrosetti in Milan, devoted to the “very human future of work.”
As repetitive and standardized tasks are taken over by technological systems (machines) and more competencies become commoditized, inherently human tasks will become increasingly valuable. Empathy, passion, intuition, and imagination will be highly prized, and inhumane organizations will be outperformed by those who operate “beautifully.”
In a half-day seminar for the Milan-based group, Tim shared insights into the developments redefining productivity, professionalism and collaboration and defined how C-suite executives can begin strategically realizing the future of work today.