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Jobs & Competencies of the Future - Creating new VALUE

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Presentation at the DIIP Event about how we can create new value for a society, technology and individuals in transformation.

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Jobs & Competencies of the Future - Creating new VALUE

  1. 1. & competencies of the future
  2. 2. …the importance of sex is redefined.
  3. 3. …people are really getting different.
  4. 4. 1.Bi-Gendered (Bi-gênero) 2.Cross-Dresser 3.Drag-King 4.Drag-Queen 5.Femme Queen 6.Female-to-Male (Fêmea-para-macho) 7.FTM 8.Gender Bender (Gênero fronteiriço) 9.Genderqueer 10.Male-To-Female (Macho-para-fêmea) 11.MTF 12.Non-Op 13.Hijra 14.Pangender (Pangênero) 15.Transexual/Transsexual 16.Trans Person (Pessoa trans) 17.Woman (Mulher) 18.Man (Homem) 19.Butch 20.Two-Spirit (espirito duplo) 21.Trans 22.Agender (sem gênero) 23.Third Sex (Terceiro sexo) 24.Gender Fluid (Gênero fluido) 25.Non-Binary Transgender (transgênero não binário) 26.Androgyne (andrógena) 27.Gender-Gifted 28.Gender Bender 29.Femme 30.Person of Transgender Experience (Pessoa em experiência transgênera) 31.Androgynous (Andrógeno) …gender is getting fluid and we will “live forever”. 2029 We will live forever! Kurzweil
  5. 5. … finally, I am good at marathons ;)
  6. 6. Since 2002, 52% of Fortune 500 companies have merged, been acquired, or gone bankrupt. …we live in a reality where VALUE is in change.
  7. 7. …with skyrocketing market cap and growth rates. Dots represent the latest valuation of a company in the Market Cap/Time Matrix. The size of the dot represents the MCAP Growth Rate of the company. The number under the company name is the MCAP Growth Rate in $ Billions / year. The pink line is a TTMC Model for a “typical” consumer company and the brown line is a TTMC Model for a “typical” enterprise company. Play Bigger Advisors
  8. 8. Technology Progressive and Human Centered
  9. 9. Illustration: Matt Kenyon
  10. 10. Germany United Kingdom South Korea Israel Norway United States Switzerland Belgium Estonia China India Finland Sweden Netherland Japan Ireland France Denmark Russia Austria Brazil Italy
  11. 11. Value generation depends on sensemaking. IFR Word Robotics, Frey&Osborne, Citi GPS
  12. 12. A business-as-usual trend projection of the increasing acceleration of change with both intelligence and stupidity characterized decision making. Irregular adoption of advance technology; high unemployment where governments did not create long-range strategies, and mixed success on the use of universal basic income. Giant corporation’s powers have often grown beyond government control, in this government-corporate, virtual-3D, multi-polar world of 2050. Governments did not anticipate the impacts of artificial general intelligence and had no strategies in place as unemployment exploded in the 2030s leaving the world of 2050 in political turmoil. Social polarism and political grid- lock in many forms have grown. Global order has deteriorated into a combination of nation-states, mega-corporations, local militias, terrorism, and organized crime. Governments did anticipate the impacts of artificial general intelligence, conducted extensive research on how to phase in universal basic income systems, and promoted self-employment. Artists, media moguls, and entertainers helped to foster cultural change from an employment culture to a self-actualization economy. UN Millennium
  13. 13. Technology and Employment Machine Learning
  14. 14. We might even say a rebirth of what really matters Frey&Osborne
  15. 15. A pool of possibilities and creation of new meaning. Frey&Osborne
  16. 16. $3.5 million Series A round from Cherry Ventures, Rocket Internet, Dieter von Holtzbrinck Ventures, Grazia Equity When bookkeeping gets automatized.
  17. 17. When penalties do not equal income for cities.
  18. 18. Hointer When it is not only about selling anymore.
  19. 19. When mobility is reinvented!
  20. 20. When we live in an “ad-hoc” society.
  21. 21. When “we” get automatized.
  22. 22. When we have robot farms, food printers and drone delivery. Alemanha EUA Singapura
  23. 23. When whole industries live the FOMA.
  24. 24. A road with many challenges ahead. Census Bureau, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Andrew McAfee
  25. 25. Income inequality in OECD…more to come? MITTechnology Review Measures by the Gini coefficient, 1.0 = max
  26. 26. …can create an unhealthy emotional unbalance. Video: TED ED
  27. 27. World Economic Forum …we create new VALUE with a keen mind and empathy.
  28. 28. And the creation of meaning will be a differential. OECD, WSJ
  29. 29. Yahoo; Intel; IBM; Hewlett- Packard; Nokia; Amazon; Netflix; Verizon; PayPal; BBN; Comcast; U.S. Congress; EFF; W3C; The Web Foundation; PIRG: NASA; Association of Internet Researchers; Bloomberg News; World Future Society; ACM; the Aspen Institute; Magid; GigaOm; the Markle Foundation; The Altimeter Group; FactCheck.org; key offices of U.S. and European Union governments; the Internet Engineering Task Force; the Internet Hall of Fame; ARIN; Nominet; Oxford Internet Institute; Princeton, Yale, Brown, Georgetown, Carnegie-Mellon, Duke, Purdue, Florida State and Columbia universities; the universities of Pennsylvania, California-Berkeley, Southern California, North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Kentucky, Maryland, Kansas, Texas-Austin, Illinois-Urbana- Champaign, the Georgia Institute of Technology, and Boston College.
  30. 30. Institut Of The Future, Economist, The Work Design Collaborative, Ajilon, Pew Research Center …a VALUE differential. Analytical and critical Thinking Cognitive Load Management Leading with Uncertainty Flexibility & Adaptiveness Leading with Diversity Capacity to Synthesis Discipline Formulating the right questions Virtual, Robotic Collaboration Empathic Relationship Time Management Problem Solving Improvisation Creativity Intuition Project Work Structure/Life Cultural Competence Abstract Thinking Social Intelligence Negotiation Very CriticalImportant Critical

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