The Changing Social Contract
DemographicallySociologicallyTechnologicallyEconomically…Presented to Microsoft
The Year 2000
Business & work is now social – why?
1               2               3             4                     User Generated   Conversation   Collaboration ...
The World of Recruitment is Sexy Again!                              Attract             Develop           Connect        ...
“When the rate of change inside “When the rate of change inside     an organization becomes  an organization becomes slowe...
It isn’t just financial capital that isheading east                 andsouth                     G
Generational Shifts Across the World                                     Contrasts in Age Distribution in 2030            ...
Introducing the TalentSumer
“We are about to seeAmerica unleashed in away that our capitalism   model has never experienced and wehave never witnessed”
Source: Deloitte and US Council on Competitiveness - 2011
Source: Deloitte and US Council on Competitiveness - 2011
The Perfect Storm      The changing social contract         The economic recoveryThe demand for skills in emerging markets...
Source: Global BCG/WFPMA report „Creating People Advantage‟
Thank Youbmorton@allegisgroupservices.com www.linkedin.com/in/bmorton  www.twitter.com/bruce1706
The Changing Social Contract - Bruce Morton
The Changing Social Contract - Bruce Morton
The Changing Social Contract - Bruce Morton
The Changing Social Contract - Bruce Morton
The Changing Social Contract - Bruce Morton
The Changing Social Contract - Bruce Morton
The Changing Social Contract - Bruce Morton
The Changing Social Contract - Bruce Morton
The Changing Social Contract - Bruce Morton
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  • The year 2000Tweeting at someone is grounds to land yourself in a mental institution.Mark Zuckerberg is 16 years old and is presumably more goofy and awkward than he is now.This is what your cell phone looked like:Your radio was plagued by “who let the dogs out” “the Thong song” and “I’m blue (daba de)”, Sean fanning releases napster.Mission impossible II, Gladiator and Castaway dominated the box office.Survivor and CSI premier.Budwiserwasssuppppp commercial premiers at superbowl xxxivGas cost less than $1.50 a gallonThe Yankees beat the mets in the world seriesRazor scooters are all the rage.The dot com bubble bursts.
  • One of our favorite quotes, As Jack Welch famously saidThe external world has outpaced us
  • 2nd largest city by 2015? - Dhaka, Bangladesh – 21 million, it was 417,000 in 1960China 1,339,724,852 India 1,210,193,422 United States 312,155,000 Indonesia 237,556,363More than 65% hovers below the age of 35. It is expected that, in 2020, the average age of an Indian will be 29 years, compared to 37 for China and 48 for Japan; and, by 2030, India's dependency ratio should be just over 0.4.[3]
  • Companies and workers eager and unencumbered in their mutual desire to pursue all forms of contingent work The new demand for contingent workersThe economic recoveryThe passage of national healthcarehe perfect trifecta to catapult contingent work arrangements to previously unachievable levels that will become known as Workforce 2020”By 2020, between 25% to 35% of the entire U.S. workforce will be contingent
  • The Changing Social Contract - Bruce Morton

    1. 1. The Changing Social Contract
    2. 2. DemographicallySociologicallyTechnologicallyEconomically…Presented to Microsoft
    3. 3. The Year 2000
    4. 4. Business & work is now social – why?
    5. 5. 1 2 3 4       User Generated Conversation Collaboration Community 5 Content =!   Collective Intelligence (recorded and about you!)
    6. 6. The World of Recruitment is Sexy Again! Attract Develop Connect Engage Recruit Listen
    7. 7. “When the rate of change inside “When the rate of change inside an organization becomes an organization becomes slower slower than rate rate outside, than the the outside, the end is in sight. is in sight. The only question is when” The only question is when” -- JackWelch Jack Welch
    8. 8. It isn’t just financial capital that isheading east andsouth G
    9. 9. Generational Shifts Across the World Contrasts in Age Distribution in 2030 0-19 20-39 40-59 60-79 80+ 40% 30% 20% 10% 10% 20% 30% 40% Developing World Developed WorldThe Hot Spots Movement
    10. 10. Introducing the TalentSumer
    11. 11. “We are about to seeAmerica unleashed in away that our capitalism model has never experienced and wehave never witnessed”
    12. 12. Source: Deloitte and US Council on Competitiveness - 2011
    13. 13. Source: Deloitte and US Council on Competitiveness - 2011
    14. 14. The Perfect Storm The changing social contract The economic recoveryThe demand for skills in emerging marketsThe growing need for contingent workers Talent driven innovation The passage of national healthcare
    15. 15. Source: Global BCG/WFPMA report „Creating People Advantage‟
    16. 16. Thank Youbmorton@allegisgroupservices.com www.linkedin.com/in/bmorton www.twitter.com/bruce1706

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