A Changing workforce
I was listening to a colleague of mine tell me about her daughter’s college orientation at highly praised university. The President of the university spoke about the 60/10 rule. He stated that 60% of the jobs today will no longer exist in 10 years.
I found this to be a fascinating fact. Schools today are preparing our young adults for a new workforce and helping them to adapt to constant change while sustaining a productive workforce.
It is a challenging time for all generations who are experiencing transformation daily. How do organizations manage innovation in technology, while maintaining the most critical asset – people.
So how do businesses maintain a productive culture, while meeting the demands of such a fast-moving world? How do we adapt to the generation gaps? How do we prepare are future leaders to lead in an industry that is not yet created?
Simple. People are people. No matter how much technology, innovation or change may be ahead of us the principles of life are forever true.
Trust – a fundamental value that holds relationships together and see us through the uncertain times
Belief – When have confidence in something or someone even before proof is shown
Loyalty- Supporting others or ideas through phase and stages.
These are a few examples of how we maintain a productive culture while meeting demands of such a fast-moving world. We will have new enterprises in the future but they will still be run by people.