The Future of Work

According to academic entrepreneur & strategist Heather McGowan, a focus on certainty over creativity is coming at our peril.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.inc.com

“Unless we shift dramatically back towards inclusion of creative pursuits, we are educating our people to compete with robots and not training and developing those skills that humans have generally performed better or to the exclusion of robots such as pattern recognition.”

One thought on “The Future of Work”

  1. How true! Encouraging creativity and valuing the differences in the experiences and impulses of individuals is so important if we don’t want to have habitual, robotic thinkers who, yes, will then be forced to “compete with robots.”

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