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Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012
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Future of Work - Startup Pirates @ Porto 2012

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Presentation I did at the Startup Pirates @ Porto event that took place in September 2012. Though the talk was delivered in Portuguese, I uploaded an English version of the slides :) Enjoy!

Presentation I did at the Startup Pirates @ Porto event that took place in September 2012. Though the talk was delivered in Portuguese, I uploaded an English version of the slides :) Enjoy!

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  • 1. The future of workAna Silva | @AnaDataGirlPorto | September 2012
  • 2. ME © Victor Cardoso Ana Silva | @AnaDataGirl | artlifework.wordpress.com http://cidadania20.com/ http://www.facebook.com/talks20 http://www.facebook.com/IgnitePortugalPT @AnaDataGirl
  • 3. MACRO TRENDSSource: Apollo Research Institute, 2011 @AnaDataGirl
  • 4. TRENDS Constant change Social Consumerization of IT (CoIT) Mobility/ubiquity Big Data Hapinness/Work-Life balance Generation Millennials @AnaDataGirl
  • 5. TRENDSCONSTANT CHANGE “…unprecedented acceleration of change – a time for challengingassumptions, reinventing systems, and hacking our way to new solutions” Daniel Debow, Aug’2012Source: Visual Economics @AnaDataGirl
  • 6. TRENDSSOCIAL “Our social media tools aren’t an alternative to real life, they are part of it… …they are increasingly the coordinating tools for events in the physical world…” Clay Shirky, Cognitive Surplus @AnaDataGirl
  • 7. TRENDSMOBILITY/UBIQUITY “According to IBM “One of the causal factors Research, your springing from the smartphone has democratization of more computing technology is the decline power than the of location as a limiting whole world in factor” 1950” Stephen Denny, Jun’2012 @AnaDataGirl
  • 8. TRENDSCONSUMERIZATION OF IT “What used to be the sole preserve of the IT department in large corporations is now available to anyone, anywhere. I can get a more powerful, less expensive computer myself, either online or even at retail – and increasingly, we’re expected to get our own devices [BYOD]” Stephen Denny, Jun’2012 @AnaDataGirl
  • 9. TRENDSBIG DATA “Google alone processes about 24 petabytes (or 24,000 terabytes) of data. Yet very little of the information is formatted in the traditional rows and columns of conventional databases” Thomas H. Davenport, Paul Barth and Randy Bean, Jul’2012 Volume 4 V’s of Variety Big Data Velocity Value @AnaDataGirl
  • 10. TRENDSBIG DATASource: http://wikibon.org/blog/big-data-statistics/ @AnaDataGirl
  • 11. TRENDSHAPPINESS/WORK-LIFE BALANCE “The issue of work-life balance has been gaining momentum in the past decade, in spite of the economic recession. Governments and institutions, as well as single businesses, have recognised that its achievement benefits not only worker health and morale, but also productivity and country growth.” HR Magazine, May’2012 Motivation Concerns & about engagement happiness and of workers well-being @AnaDataGirl
  • 12. TRENDSGENERATION MILLENNIALS “By the year 2020, there will be five generations in the workplace. [companies] must deal with new ways to attract, develop and engage all five generations and prepare for age diversity in the workplace.” futureworkplace, 2012 1st generation of digital natives Different expectations regarding life Different perspectives regarding work & career @AnaDataGirl
  • 13. IMPACT ON THE FUTURE OF WORK? How will we work? In what will we work? Which skills will we need? @AnaDataGirl
  • 14. ONE SIZE DOES NOT FIT ALL @AnaDataGirl
  • 15. IMPACT ON THE FUTURE OF WORK? How will we work? In what will we work? Which skills will we need? @AnaDataGirl
  • 16. HOW? AT DISTANCE/FLEXIBLE “...home working, part-time working, job sharing and flexi hours. These help to meet the personal needs of staff as well as the demands of a company working across many time zones” Lynda Gratton, 2010 Source: business2community.com, Junho 2012 @AnaDataGirl
  • 17. HOW? SPACES “Converging spatial, social and informational trends are creating demand for workplaces that support new patterns of collaboration” Steelcase, 2010Spaces designed forFocusCollaborationLearningSocialization @AnaDataGirl
  • 18. HOW? NETWORKED/CONNECTED "When we look back 30 years from today, what well see is the transition from hierarchies to networks.“ Ben Hammersley, Aug’2012 From hierarchy... ...to wirearchySource: @davegray @dachisgroup (Flickr) @AnaDataGirl
  • 19. IMPACT ON THE FUTURE OF WORK? How will we work? In what will we work? Which skills will we need? @AnaDataGirl
  • 20. IN WHAT?ENTREPRENEURSHIP “We are entering the age of the micro-entrepreneur when ever decreasing costs of technology will significantly reduce the barriers to getting off the ground, and when talented people across the world will be connected and keen to work with each other” Lynda Gratton, 2011 @AnaDataGirl
  • 21. IN WHAT?INTRAPRENEURSHIP “One of the pathways for “We want to reboot our companies to weather thesecorporate and organizational storms is through unleashing theculture to install a 21st century, entrepreneurial spirit latent in digitally native version. We its employees enabling these want to accelerate positive viral employees to carve out new paths, change from deep within the initiate new ventures, defy the fabric of our organizations” status quo in their organizations, Peter Vander Auwera, Jul’2012 and break fresh ground.” D V R Seshadri and Arabinda Tripathy, 2006 @AnaDataGirl
  • 22. IN WHAT?MISSION @AnaDataGirl
  • 23. IMPACT ON THE FUTURE OF WORK? How will we work? In what will we work? Which skills will we need? @AnaDataGirl
  • 24. SKILLS 2020 SENSE-MAKING ability to determine the deeper meaning or significance of what is being expressed SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE ability to connect to others in a deep and direct way, to sense and stimulate reactions and desired interactions NOVEL AND ADAPTIVE THINKING proficiency at thinking and coming up with solutions and responses beyond that which is rote or rule-based CROSS-CULTURAL COMPETENCY ability to operate in different cultural settings TRANSDISCIPLINARITY literacy in and ability to understand concepts across multiple disciplinesSource: Apollo Research Institute, 2011 @AnaDataGirl
  • 25. SKILLS 2020 COMPUTATIONAL THINKING ability to translate vast amounts of data into abstract concepts and to understand data-based reasoning MEDIA LITERACY ability to critically assess and develop content that uses new media forms, and to leverage these media for persuasive communication DESIGN MINDSET ability to represent and develop tasks and work processes for desired outcomes COGNITIVE LOAD MANAGEMENT ability to discriminate and filter information for importance, and to understand how to maximize cognitive functioning using a variety of tools and techniques VIRTUAL COLLABORATION ability to work productively, drive engagement, and demonstrate presence as a member of a virtual teamSource: Apollo Research Institute, 2011 @AnaDataGirl
  • 26. SKILLS PULL “Pull allows us to harness and unleash the forces of attraction, influence and serendipity” John Hagel et all, The Power of Pull, 2011 Access| flows of knowledge Attract| serendipity/people at the edge Achieve| potential/performance @AnaDataGirl
  • 27. SKILLS T-SHAPED Ability to collaborate & apply knowledge specific to other areas Solid competences in a certain domain @AnaDataGirl
  • 28. SKILLS DIGITAL LITERACY “Across Europe there is a growing digital capability gap between the demands for digital transformation on the one hand and the skills, know-how and capability of the workforce on the other” Don Tapscott, EU e-Skills Manifesto, 2012 NEW CONCEPTS OF THE WEB (social media, crowdsourcing…) FUNCTIONING IN A NETWORK SOCIAL CAPITAL ONLINE (Strength of weak ties) SOCIAL TOOLS SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS CODING AND NEW PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES @AnaDataGirl
  • 29. SKILLS MIND THE GAP “entirely new categories of technology jobs are forming… A few years ago, community managers did not exist… user experience (UX) design is suddenly one of the nations fastest growing employment areas” Daniel Gulati, Mar’2012 * *We can’t find developers knowlegeable in new technologies & usability, despite the 25% unemployement rate @AnaDataGirl
  • 30. SKILLS TO CODE OR NOT TO CODE… “Please dont advocate learning to code just for the sake of learning how to code” Jeff Atwood, May’2012 Formal training Self-taught @AnaDataGirl
  • 31. SKILLS SOCIAL NET. ANALYSISSource: Orgnet Source: @mich8elwu Source: Atos @AnaDataGirl
  • 32. SKILLS DATA SCIENTISTS “A significant constraint on realizing value from Big Data will be a shortage of talent, particularly of people with deep expertise in statistics and machine learning” McKinsey Global Institute, May’2011 Source: EMC Data Scientist Study, 2011 @AnaDataGirl
  • 33. SKILLS DATA SCIENTISTS investigative savvy (know the questions to ask) communications skills creativity/artistry ability to think counter-intuitively solid statistical and machine learning background technical knowledge of the tools & programming languages Tony Baer, May’2012 @AnaDataGirl
  • 34. IMPACT Networked/connected? ON APERSONAL Prepared? LEVEL Curiosity? Constant learning? Diversity/at the edge? Sense-making? @AnaDataGirl
  • 35. IMPACT How does my idea or ON ABUSINESS project fits in into this LEVEL new reality? Am I enabling/profiting from these future changes? @AnaDataGirl
  • 36. EXAMPLES https://www.teepin.com/ @AnaDataGirl
  • 37. EXAMPLES http://www.happinessatworksurvey.com/ @AnaDataGirl
  • 38. EXAMPLES http://scratch.mit.edu/ @AnaDataGirl
  • 39. EXAMPLES https://www.coursera.org/ @AnaDataGirl
  • 40. EXAMPLES http://www.kaggle.com/ @AnaDataGirl
  • 41. EXAMPLES http://www.0xdata.com/index.html @AnaDataGirl
  • 42. EXAMPLES http://www.identified.com/ @AnaDataGirl
  • 43. EXAMPLES http://all-desk.com/ @AnaDataGirl
  • 44. Why wait for thefuture of work......if you can helpcreate it? Obrigada! @AnaDataGirl

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