On being human

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On being human

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12 novembre 2018

The future of work is a matter of being human

Major advances in technology, globalization and demographics are changing our world. As robots and artificial intelligence enter further into spaces traditionally the domain of humans, people are getting insecure about their future. What role will humans play in our changing world? How will their workplaces and job roles change? Will they retain their relevance in a technology-centric world? Four experts from different fields come up with the first answers on what it will mean to be human in our highly dynamic world.

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"We need to take human health and human life way more seriously."
professor
Stanford Graduate School of Business

Workplace health is the key to employee motivation

Organizational behavior expert Jeffrey Pfeffer argues that today's work practices are turning organizations into death traps and if you are caught in such a workplace, you better free yourself quickly.

The full interview is only available in the online version of Think:Act magazine.

Jeffrey Pfeffer warns that your job might threaten your life and advises you to activate measures for self-protection.
Jeffrey Pfeffer warns that your job might threaten your life and advises you to activate measures for self-protection.

Keeping skills sharp in the digital intelligence age

Automation promises a high degree of comfort, but it also threatens to degrade human skills. We must be aware of the danger of de-skilling and letting our mental muscles shrivel up.

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Human beings must always keep in mind that they are inherently creative, empathic and innovative.
Human beings must always keep in mind that they are inherently creative, empathic and innovative.
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In this issue of Think:Act magazine we examine in detail what it means to be human in our complex and fast changing world now and in the days to come.

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