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AutorIn 1:Davies, Anna
AutorIn 2:Fidler, Devin
AutorIn 3:Gorbis, Marina
Titel
Titel:Future Work Skills 2020
Veröffentlichungsvermerk
Ort:Phoenix, AZ
Verlag:Institute for the Future for the University of Phoenix Research Institute
Jahr:2011
Abstract
Abstract:"(...) In the 1990s, IBM?s Deep Blue beat grandmaster Gary Kasparov in chess; today IBM?s Watson supercomputer is beating contestants on Jeopardy. A decade ago, workers worried about jobs being outsourced overseas; today companies such as ODesk and LiveOps can assemble teams "in the cloud? to do sales, customer support, and many other tasks. Five years ago, it would have taken years for NASA to tag millions of photographs taken by its telescope, but with the power of its collaborative platforms, the task can be accomplished in a few months with the help of thousands of human volunteers. Global connectivity, smart machines, and new media are just some of the drivers reshaping how we think about work, what constitutes work, and the skills we will need to be productive contributors in the future. This report analyzes key drivers that will reshape the landscape of work and identifies key work skills needed in the next 10 years. It does not consider what will be the jobs of the future. Many studies have tried to predict specific job categories and labor requirements. Consistently over the years, however, it has been shown that such predictions are difficult and many of the past predictions have been proven wrong. Rather than focusing on future jobs, this report looks at future work skills ? proficiencies and abilities required across different jobs and work settings. (...)"
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URL: Institute for the Future for the University of Phoenix Research Institute