Just as Covid has seen firms and employees work in previously unthinkable ways, we all need new skills for the future, says Deanna Mulligan.
After the tragedy, if there is one thing the pandemic has given us it is a vision of the future: increasing levels of digital—potentially remote—working and more automation. On the horizon is a world of advanced technology and a demand for future skills and new ways of working. Artificial intelligence, big data and robotics all offer the prospect of dramatic change to our working lives. We knew that, but Covid-19 has perhaps given us a fresh view of startling clarity.
For Deanna Mulligan, former chief executive and chair of Guardian Life Insurance Company of America, it is a perspective that should not be ignored. Her new book, Hire Pu
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Jane Diplock, one of the founders of integrated reporting and a committee chair at the International Integrated Reporting Council, believes we’re finally moving towards a new, more holistic era for capitalism — but it’s early days yet.
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