In this podcast @HJarche sat with @Vishaltx to discuss #FutureOfWork, #FutureOfWorker and and his Knowledge Mastery in the age of connected world. He shared his thoughts and perspectives on ways businesses could keep themselves future-roof through the age of transformation. He sheds lights into the future of HR and role of HR in the #JobsOfFuture. He also sheds lights on some of the ways individual could ensure their relevance and keep themselves relevant. This is a good podcast for anyone seeking to learn ways to stay relevant and on the side of cutting edge.
2:00 Harold’s journey.
8:08 What keeps Harold busy these days.
11:38 Evolution of workplace.
16:47 Machine intelligence and human intelligence.
22:25 The need for HR in the times of AI.
27:52 The reduction of generalists and increase of specialists.
31:20 Educating and upskilling workforce.
33:39 Personal knowlege mastery model.
37:54 Seek, sense and share.
42:00 Blogging and sharing knowledge.
45:00 Remaining employable in the new age of work.
47:32 Tenet of a future proof organization.
50:38 Reskilling workforce.
56:09 Opportunities in HR space.
58:24 Harold’s success mantra.
1:01:35 Harold’s favorite reads.
1:04:38 Closing remarks.
Harold’s Recommended Read:
The Neo-Generalist: Where You Go Is Who You Are by Kenneth Mikkelsen, Richard Martin amzn.to/2KZazyF
Reinventing Organizations by Frederic Laloux and Ken Wilber amzn.to/2KZuCwY
The Three-Body Problem (Remembrance of Earth’s Past) by Cixin Liu and Ken Liu amzn.to/2wi1L1V
The Dark Forest (Remembrance of Earth’s Past) by Cixin Liu, Joel Martinsen amzn.to/2PgpsAj
Death’s End (Remembrance of Earth’s Past) by Cixin Liu, Ken Liu amzn.to/2vO9BAT
Harold Jarche is the expert behind the Personal Knowledge Mastery Model of seek > sense > share. Focused on helping individuals, teams and networks continuously learn, the approach is in use in many organizations, including the NHS, Domino’s Pizza, and Bangor University. Harold Jarche helps organizations learn, work, and innovate in the network era. He has been described as “a keen subversive of the last century’s management and education models”. People have connected with Harold through his blog ( jarche.com) and professional services, for innovative ideas on leadership, social business, and collaborative work. He also distills heady topics like complexity theory into practical advice. A graduate of the Royal Military College, Harold served over 20 years in the Canadian Forces in leadership and training roles. Harold has held senior positions at the Centre for Learning Technologies and e-Com Inc. He is a co-author of The Working Smarter Field-book with his colleagues at the Internet Time Alliance. His preferred workplace is on his bicycle, where he gets his best ideas.
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