I dare say that most humans are creatures of habit and routine. That’s not necessarily a bad thing; in our hurly-burly lives it’s nice to rely on muscle-memory so we can drive the same daily route to the office or know that Friday evening will inevitably be comprised of pizza, pajamas and movies. The
I can barely browse through LinkedIn or Facebook, open a magazine (remember those?), or attend a conference/event where the topic of the Future of Work is not being debated, dissected and regurgitated out as sound bites. We churn through conversations on automation, AI and machine learning, the gig economy, re-skilling and up-skilling of workers,
“I accept chaos, I'm not sure whether it accepts me.”
The future is scary. It's rushing at us and it's as if we’re not even keeping pace today let alone preparing ourselves for tomorrow.
To further complicate matters, the tendency of some – not all - who work in human resources, honed after years of