Staying ahead of the curve is not just about responding to change, but predicting and influencing it. The reality is that it’s not only technology that is rapidly changing our world, but the strategic by-products from access to tremendous amounts of information…
With the rise of machine-learning, robotics, sensors, algorithms, and AI, it’s becoming clear that humanity cannot continue to thrive in the same way we used to. Everywhere, professions are being challenged…
Adaptability has been described by the Harvard Business Review as ‘the new competitive advantage’. 2018 LinkedIn data revealed that adaptability topped the top five soft skills that employers were looking for in new candidates….
In general, when we talk about our rapidly changing world, we talk about humans and technology in isolation, as though the two are naturally separated, or worse as two opposing forces in a battle for supremacy…
Work is constantly changing, and to succeed you need to change with it. The good news is you can become more adaptable. Sometimes it feels like you’re always in training. You’ve just mastered one skill when a new theory hits your workplace…Read more
Why adaptability will soon matter more than ever
Find out why people are moving from EQ to AQ and why it’s the key to the future of work. This Y Combinator alum & former IBM Watson strategist believes the market value of one particular capability will soon outpace EQ…Read more
A third of US workforce will need to be retrained by 2030
Automation could destroy as many as 73 million U.S. jobs by 2030, but economic growth, rising productivity and other forces could more than offset the losses, according to a new report by McKinsey Global Institute…Read more
How unlocking adaptability is the key to staying relevant
Forget programming – the best skill to teach children is reinvention. In this exclusive extract from his new book, the author of Sapiens reveals what 2050 has in store for humankind…Read more
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