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The Future Workplace 2030 (CERC)

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Nikolas Badminton Futurist Speaker joined the delegates at the Canadian Employment Relocation Council to discuss the future of work.

Canadian economic considerations, innovation practices, the Exponential Technologies- Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things (IofT), Renewable Energy, Blockchain, Personalized Medicine, Nanotechnology, and Quantum Computing - privacy and security, diversity, and wisdom.

See www.nikolasbadminton.com for more information and email him for more information at nik@nikolasbadminton.com.

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The Future Workplace 2030 (CERC)

  1. 1. The Future Workplace 2030 www.nikolasbadminton.com Be future-ready
  2. 2. 2017 36.69 million people. http://www.worldometers.info/world-population/canada-population/
  3. 3. Global Perspective Canada Technology, Tools, & Innovation The Exponential 8 Canada 2020 & 2030
  4. 4. Global Perspective
  5. 5. % of Employees ‘Very Likely’ to Temporarily Relocate
  6. 6. 1. United States of America (30%) 2. Canada (22%) 3. United Kingdom (19%) 4. Australia (19%) 2017 CERC Global Mobility Survey
  7. 7. But, is the USA still the #1 location?
  8. 8. Immigration Healthcare Education Social security Taxation Economy. 2017 CERC Global Mobility Survey
  9. 9. Canada
  10. 10. 1867 3.5 million people. https://www.cicnews.com/2017/04/canada-deserves-a-for-immigration-innovation-049058.html
  11. 11. https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2017/07/these-countries-have-the-most-positive-influence-on-the-world https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2017/07/these-countries-have-the-most-positive-influence-on-the-world
  12. 12. “Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, Ottawa-Gatineau, Calgary and Edmonton are where Canadian employment has grown steadily from 44% in the mid 1990s to reach 49.3% by October 2015. Half of all Canadian jobs will be in these six urban areas.”
  13. 13. But, where is the growth?
  14. 14. 1. Primary Production Managers 2.Miners, Oil and Gas Drillers 3. Physicians and Dentists 4. Registered Nurses 5. Mental Health and Social Services Professionals 6. HR Recruiters 7. Information Security Analysts 8. Marketing Analysts 9. Education Jobs 10. Engineers - Structural Engineer http://www.slice.ca/money/photos/highest-paying-in-demand-jobs-in-canada-2017/#!Trade-Workers_Most-in-Demand-Jobs-2017_ 11.Logistics Workers and Managers 12. Drivers - Average Salary 13. Accountants - Average Salary 14. Financial Analysts - Average Salary 15. Lawyers - Average Salary 16. Tourism and Hospitality Professionals 17. Tourism and Hospitality Workers 18. Hydropower Experts - Hydrologist 19. Office Managers and Administrative Assistants - Office Manager 20. Trade Workers - Machinist Average
  15. 15. But, we have a short-term gap in technology capabilities…
  16. 16. Canada needs 182,000 people to fill positions for information systems analysts and consultants, computer and network operators, Web technicians, software engineers and others in by 2019. Read more: http://www.itworldcanada.com/article/canada-needs-182000-people-to-fill-these-it-positions-by-2019/287535#ixzz4bVmgXEZs
  17. 17. In 2015 only 29,000 people graduated from an IT field. http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2016/03/12/it-jobs-skills-shortage-canada_n_9440872.html
  18. 18. Immigration…
  19. 19. And 70% of people in the CERC study said that an innovative economy would be a strong draw for them. 2017 CERC Global Mobility Survey
  20. 20. https://www.strategy-business.com/article/Are-We-on- the-Verge-of-a-New-Golden-Age?gko=f0fed
  21. 21. Technology
  22. 22. Source: United Nations, 2015 6 billion.
  23. 23. http://www.visualcapitalist.com/chart-largest-companies-market-cap-15-years/
  24. 24. Data is the new oil.
  25. 25. Tools
  26. 26. file:///Users/nikolasbadminton/Downloads/hc-2017-global-human-capital-trends-gx.pdf How to attract the best talent: 1. Social Media. 2. Employment brand and channel alignment. 3. Partnerships. 4. Jobs meet the needs of candidates. 5. Talent acquisition and management platforms. 6. Tailoring the candidate experience. * take from Deloitte’s ‘How to attract the best talent…’
  27. 27. Communication
  28. 28. Organizational Empowerment & Talent Sourcing
  29. 29. vs.
  30. 30. Innovation
  31. 31. Canada's gross domestic expenditures on research and development (GERD) fell from $34.5 billion in 2014 to $33.9 billion in 2015. (released June, 2017) http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/170623/dq170623c-eng.htm
  32. 32. Deloitte’s new rules for organizations of the future: • Learning, innovation & impact. • Agile, empowered, collaborative with open knowledge. • Project-focused - products, customers, and services. • Advancement through diverse projects. • Influence & authority. • Orchestration. • Safety, abundance & importance of risk-taking and abundance. • Playbook-based / Project-based. • Clear teams & responsibilities but with flexibility on roles. file:///Users/nikolasbadminton/Downloads/hc-2017-global-human-capital-trends-gx.pdf
  33. 33. Company Consumers Solution Provider Consultation Usage Advisory Foresight
  34. 34. The Exponential 8 Canada’s BIG opportunity
  35. 35. Big Data
  36. 36. “The amount of data on the planet is set to grow 10-fold in the next six years to 2020 from around 4.4 zettabytes to 44ZB.” http://www.computerweekly.com/news/2240217788/Data-set-to-grow-10-fold-by-2020-as-internet-of-things-takes-off
  37. 37. Wisdom Knowledge Information Data Discrete objective facts about an event. Data with analyzed relationships and connections. Contextualized information. Understanding. Real world decision making Evaluation Research Observation Feedback
  38. 38. Artificial Intelligence
  39. 39. “42% of Canadian jobs at high risk of being affected by automation.” http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/automation-job-brookfield-1.3636253
  40. 40. 1. Primary Production Managers 2. Miners, Oil and Gas Drillers 3. Physicians and Dentists 4. Registered Nurses 5. Mental Health and Social Services Professionals 6. HR Recruiters 7. Information Security Analysts 8. Marketing Analysts 9. Education Jobs 10. Engineers - Structural Engineer http://www.slice.ca/money/photos/highest-paying-in-demand-jobs-in-canada-2017/#!Trade-Workers_Most-in-Demand-Jobs-2017_ 11.Logistics Workers and Managers 12. Drivers - Average Salary 13. Accountants - Average Salary 14. Financial Analysts - Average Salary 15. Lawyers - Average Salary 16. Tourism and Hospitality Professionals 17. Tourism and Hospitality Workers 18. Hydropower Experts - Hydrologist 19. Office Managers and Administrative Assistants - Office Manager 20. Trade Workers - Machinist Automation will change the landscape in the next 10 years…
  41. 41. Translating languages (by 2024) Writing high-school essays (by 2026) Driving a truck (by 2027) Working in retail (by 2031) Writing a bestselling book (by 2049) Working as a surgeon (by 2053). https://arxiv.org/abs/1705.08807
  42. 42. Researchers believe there is a 50% chance of AI outperforming humans in all tasks in 45 years and of automating all human jobs in 120 years. https://arxiv.org/abs/1705.08807
  43. 43. The ‘Human in the Machine’ Dilemma How much do you keep the ‘human in the machine’ vs. increased accuracy and efficiency just to employ people and make people feel better about your company.
  44. 44. Human and the machine.
  45. 45. “Empathy, humor, creativity and problem solving are hard to codify and automate." http://www.cnbc.com/2017/05/22/goldman-sachs-analysis-of-autonomous-vehicle-job-loss.html
  46. 46. Wisdom Knowledge Information Data Discrete objective facts about an event. Data with analyzed relationships and connections. Contextualized information. Understanding. Human / A.I. Collaborative decision making AI-driven: • Evaluation • Research • Observation • Feedback
  47. 47. Wisdom Economy
  48. 48. Community Engagement Culture Guardians Employee & Customer Advocates System Ethicists Policy Ethicists A.I. Training Specialists A.I. Counsellors Data Scientists & Supervisors Developers Solution Designers Experience Designers Community Engagement & Culture Robo-advisor Supervisors
  49. 49. The Internet of things
  50. 50. Trending up: Manufacturing & Smart Cities
  51. 51. Blockchain
  52. 52. A software protocol Decentralized & open ledger A secure network
  53. 53. In Blockchain, the code describes both a regulatory and an economic system and helps: •Unbundle ownership •Reduce transactional costs at any volume •Support distributed organizations •Support cryptocurrencies •Send and receive cross-border payments. •Lower the liquidity costs of payments in emerging markets. •Attach payment many artiifacts like invoices etc. https://hbr.org/2017/03/the-blockchain-will-do-to-banks-and-law-firms-what-the-internet-did-to-media
  54. 54. Source: Christine Duhaime
  55. 55. Renewables
  56. 56. http://breakingenergy.com/2015/05/11/thin-film-solar-cell-industry-in-transition-knockout-phase-is-over-profitability-and-vertical-integration-next/ Power generation capacity additions (GW) Bloomberg New Energy Finance
  57. 57. http://breakingenergy.com/2015/05/11/thin-film-solar-cell-industry-in-transition-knockout-phase-is-over-profitability-and-vertical-integration-next/http://www.vox.com/2015/6/9/8748081/us-100-percent-renewable-energy
  58. 58. Such a transition could mean less worldwide energy consumption due to the efficiency of clean, renewable electricity; and a net increase of over 24 million long-term jobs.
  59. 59. Personalized Medicine
  60. 60. “When I went to medical school, the term 'digital' applied only to rectal exams.” Eric Topol
  61. 61. https://ubicomplab.cs.washington.edu/publications/hemaapp/
  62. 62. Nanotechnology
  63. 63. “I want to build a billion tiny factories, models of each other, which are manufacturing simultaneously.” Richard Feynman
  64. 64. https://www.theverge.com/2017/8/2/16074568/ibm-330-terabytes-record-uncompressed-data-cartridge-cartridge-tape?__prclt=FfRT41aZ 330 terabytes of uncompressed data
  65. 65. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/08/170807120530.htm Device instantly delivers new DNA or RNA into living skin cells to change their function
  66. 66. Quantum Computing
  67. 67. Big Data Artificial Intelligence Internet of Things Blockchain Renewable Energy Personalized medicine Nanotechnology Quantum Computing
  68. 68. Canada 2020
  69. 69. Source - WEF 1. Complex problem solving 2. Critical thinking 3. Creativity 4. People management 5. Coordinating with others 6. Emotional intelligence 7. Judgement and decision-making 8. Service orientation 9. Negotiation 10. Cognitive flexibility
  70. 70. http://globalnews.ca/news/2944692/the-top-eight-careers-of-the-future-in-canada/ Teacher Information Security Analyst Market Research Analyst Construction Manager Lawyer Registered Nurse Software Developer Marketing Manager
  71. 71. And, specialists to accelerate innovation
  72. 72. Big Data Artificial Intelligence Internet of Things Blockchain Renewable Energy Personalized medicine Nanotechnology Quantum Computing } R&D Engineering & Development Implementation Operations Maintenance } Academia R&D
  73. 73. Privacy & Security
  74. 74. “Between April 2014 and the end of 2015, the FBI received 4,291 reports of ransomware attacks. Losses over that period totaled nearly $50 million.” http://fusion.net/story/278801/hackers-ransomware-hospital-smart-cities/
  75. 75. Mirai
  76. 76. “The incident took offline some of the most popular sites on the web, including Netflix, Twitter, Spotify, Reddit, CNN, PayPal, Pinterest and Fox News – as well as newspapers including the Guardian, the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal.” https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/oct/21/ddos-attack-dyn-internet-denial-service
  77. 77. WannaCry
  78. 78. Canada 2030
  79. 79. Humans
  80. 80. Certainty Variety Significance Connection/Love Growth Contribution
  81. 81. Hands Heads Hearts
  82. 82. Diversity: Perception & Action
  83. 83. “Canada truly celebrates diversity not just in work, but in regulations that are good for innovation and economic prosperity.” http://business.financialpost.com/entrepreneur/fp-startups/0811-biz-dd-immigrant
  84. 84. Truly diverse companies will have increased adaptability, broader service range, a variety of viewpoints, a deeper understanding of their customer base, and more effective execution.
  85. 85. Women hold 8.5% of the highest-paid positions in Canada’s top 100 listed companies. That’s almost double the 4.6% recorded in 2006. Rosenzweig & Company
  86. 86. Listening Compassion Belief & empowerment Respect & love
  87. 87. 2063 63.5 million people. http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/140917/dq140917a-eng.htm
  88. 88. Welcome to the future
  89. 89. Workplace 2030 Be future-ready www.nikolasbadminton.com

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