How Organizations Could Address the Competencies Gap to Meet Future Needs?

Who am I? The very next questions, which we tend to ask ourselves is: What we are going to do?  I tried to imagine what is forthcoming in terms of employment and occupation in my article Imagine Our Tomorrow at Work. I believe that transformation will take place in three waves and right now we are heading into the second wave. Now I want to reflect on suggesting some tactics, which will help you to prepare for the upcoming challenges and even to take you one step ahead.  De- or Constructive Paul Willmott, the founder of Digital McKinsey, says that matching candidates with job positions will be a challenge, because of the difference between the skills obtained and the ones...

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Jobs’ Future

What do you want to be when you grow up? An astronaut. A doctor. A designer. A policeman. One of my favorite questions, which it happens that we ask through all our live - when we are little, when we finish school, when we graduate university, when we change careers, even when we get retired. And with time answers vary - considering our dreams at first, switching to what the perspectives are, and finishing with the feeling of being useful. Having in mind the major shift in jobs that we are expecting in the next two decades, the question is becoming more and more fundamental. 47% of jobs will disappear in the next 25 years according to Oxford University. The...

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