[03:18] The Future of Work is an evolution to a digital work economy.
[03:55] The impact of automation is supposed to both increase human’s capacity to create things and solve problems, but it also impacts human work.
[04:33] Automation is channeling human energies to be able to solve problems in completely new ways
[06:14] Disruptive technologies change the way that industries function and then the roles of workers in those industries.
[07:17] The internet evaporates the middle.
[08:19] There's two things that are different now, the pace of change and the spread of change.
[09:22] Every individual needs four skills-- P.A.C.E: to be Problem solvers who are Adaptive, Creative, and with Empathy—to help create agency.
[13:43] The least advantaged are the ones that are the most disadvantaged in terms of- of being remote.
[14:51] We can try to design the things that we want to have happen, but nobody can actually predict really what the next 12, 18 months is going to hold.
[16:02] The more command-and-control, the more highly-structured organizations were the least adaptable.
[16:22] The organizations the pushed decision-making down to the team level have done the best.
[18:48] Organizations that really understand their purpose are going to be the best prepared for tomorrow.
[20:18] The great reset involves a changing landscape of rules and norms.
[20:44] What are the rules across the ecosystem?
[21:16] What is the best way to create value for my customers?
[21:51] The constantly changing landscape means that we all have to have much better sensor network and be continually adaptive.
[23:03] The landscape of the future of work distilled down into four domains: individuals, organizations, communities, and countries.
[25:08] Creating incentives to ensure people remain employed
[26:22] Why we need systems that are optimized to help people find meaningful work.
[26:56] Why we need to help people have P.A.C.E. and agency.
[27:47] It will require massive investments in helping humans gather the new information and learn the basic digital toolkit
[28:45] The largest game of employment musical chairs in the history of the world.
[29:16] What are the roles of government and the private sector in making necessary changes?
[30:17] It's critical is to have the tool set--understand your own unique skills and interests, and experiences—and have your own agency.
[31:15] Schools must think of themselves as lifelong learning platforms.
[32:07] Industries must send stronger signals about what they're hiring for now.
[32:42] If you're not training the workers of tomorrow, we will simply not have the workforce that we need.
[33:40] You can impact the system, if you hire somebody with a non-standard background
[37:55] if there's one major takeaway to have empathy for so many others that are going through this process
[39:06] With the new rules of work, you- you have to do constant self-inventory.
[39:20] Keep on experimenting and trying different techniques--you've got to go find or create that work.
[40:12] Most important for people is to have a Northstar--a directional goal that you are working towards.
[42:49] IMMEDIATE TIP ACTION: The three key characteristics of leadership now are Competence, Compassion, and Courage.