Just when you thought you'd figured out the new rules you learn they're going to change again. Learn more about why and how this will happen.
- So, it turns out the phrase the new rules of work…has been around for decades.…Each wave of disruptive change has resulted…in a new set of rules.…We've needed to adapt to dramatic changes…in the way that work works for a long time.…What's different now is that…the pace of change is accelerating.…And since the change is coming from the combination…of automation and globalization,…it's happening in parallel,…simultaneously all around the world.…What that means is that the new rules are bound to change,…so part of your ongoing task is to figure out…how they're changing and what you need to do…to incorporate them into the strategies for your work,…your learning, and your life.…
For example, it's likely that an increasing amount of work…is going to be coordinated through online platforms,…what are often called two-sided markets,…that bring together workers and customers.…Today, a lot of the work is about driving cars.…Tomorrow, it might be how workers are recruited…to perform evermore complex tasks by collaborating…
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- Why there are new rules of work, learning, and life
- Thinking like an entrepreneur
- Building your network
- Doing work driven by meaning
- Understanding the new rules of learning
- Becoming a lifelong learner
- Planning for leisure like you plan for work and learning
- Making time to give back
- What to do when the rules change again