Zukunft der Arbeit – Fähigkeiten der Zukunft 

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Im Artikel This is your life in 10 years time wird beschrieben:

The Worker of the Future:

  • works in disrtibuted team(s)
  • depends on skills and ability to understand client needs
  • has a core network of recurring clients
  • works globally and across cultures
  • does not sign permanent contracts, nor are in search of them
  • sees scheduling of work hours and private life as a challenge

Bzgl. der Organisationen könnte es folgendes bedeuten:

The Organization of the Future:

  • has a core of founders, and small group of essential employees
  • uses platforms to (temporarily) hire people with the skills needed at that time
  • has a core network of reliable people that have those skills
  • works globally and across cultures
  • sees scheduling of professionals as a challenge

Die Arbeits- und Organisationswelt verändert sich also und bringt Veränderung auf der Ebene der Fähigkeiten mit sich. Im Artikel What does the future of jobs look like? kommen Experten zu Wort:

The jobs we have today won’t be the ones that we have tomorrow. Neither will the skills. So what will the future of jobs look like, and what should we be doing to prepare?

This is what the experts think, f.ex. Jonas Prising, Chairman and CEO, ManpowerGroup:

“In an environment where new skills emerge as fast as others become extinct, employability is less about what you already know and more about your capacity to learn.”

Im Artikel The most important skills of tomorrow, according to five global leaders wird betont (according to research from the World Economic Forum), dass sich 35% der notwendigen Fähigkeiten in Zukunft verändern werden.

In einer Studie des WEF What are the 21st-century skills every student needs geht es um folgende Fähigkeiten der Zukunft:

Today’s job candidates must be able to collaborate, communicate and solve problems – skills developed mainly through social and emotional learning (SEL).

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