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Preparing for the changes the next generation of our workforce will demand.

Preparing for the changes the next generation of our workforce will demand.

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HRevolution- Your Kid Will Never Work In An Office HRevolution- Your Kid Will Never Work In An Office Presentation Transcript

  • Bringing HR, Technology, and Collaboration Into the Next Century Trish McFarlane Steve Boese
  • Traditional Conferences
  • Unconferences
  • Something in the middle
  • HRevolution – History Created in 2009 Started by a Tweet Response to high cost of traditional conferences Community driven Loosely structured
  • Today’s HRevolution-style topic: Your Kid Will Never Work in an Office
  • Drivers Mobile Social Networks Communication Globalization Flexibility Economics
  • In their own words – how smartphone users describe their phones Source – Pew Internet and American Life Project
  • “'If you want to know what people like us will do tomorrow. you look at what teenagers are doing today. And the latest figures say that only 11% of teenagers email daily.' Email is the past. Texting, IM and Facebook are the future.” - Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg
  • So how should we prepare our kids? Source – Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce
  • Source – Economist.com , Sept 10 2011
  • Discussion Questions: 1. How do you see the format, organization, and concept of ‘work’ changing in the next 10 years? What are the implications? 2. How can we prepare the next generation for these changes? Or will the changes in technology, connectivity, and access to information simply act as change agents? 3. What can organizations do to prepare for and take advantage of these changes? Where are organizations falling behind? 4. How can an organization or an individual balance planning for the new world of work with the short-term challenges and needs of simply running their business? 5. How do we need to adapt or create new workplace or personal technologies to best take advantage of all of these changes?
  • • Thank You! • Trish McFarlane – www.hrringleader.com • Steve Boese – www.steveboese.squarespace.com • www.thehrevolution.org