The Possibility Club

PODCAST SPECIAL // THE FUTURE OF WORK

We’re thinking about what work is, and whether noise about automation, migration and four day weeks – trade wars, skills gaps and the fourth industrial revolution – is hot air or genuinely changing our lives for ever.

In this podcast special, Chris Thorpe-Tracey draws on a range of past interviews, conducted by Richard Freeman and Cat Rose, about the thinking that is driving the future structures of employment, skills, service and manufacturing.

In this podcast you’ll hear from:

Chris Middleton – technology journalist and writer; former Editor of The Internet of Business, Computing, Child Internet Safety and The Strategist magazines

Professor Martin Doel – FETL Professor of Leadership in Further Education and Skills at the UCL Institute of Education

Erica Neve – Director of Learning & Impact at Freeformers

Nikki Gatenby – Managing Director of Propellernet; author of ‘Superengaged: How To Transform Business Performance By Putting People And Purpose First’

Steve Wells – Futurist; Director of Operations at Fast Future Publishing

Topics covered include:

Skills
Robotics
Artifical Intelligence
Technical Education
Automation
Workforce development
Leadership
Futurism
Tackling wicked problems
Behaviours at work
Mindset
Apprenticeships
Global demographics
Economics
Autonomous vehicles
Safeguards against the rise of the machines
Ethics
Making life better

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What did you think of our guests and what they had to say? Come and join the debate by joining The Possibility Club for free, find a community of thinkers and find out about our monthly events.

You can also subscribe to our monthly digital journal – which this month is all about The Future of Work – at www.thepossibilityclub.org

The interviewers were Richard Freeman and Cat Rose. This podcast was presented, produced and edited by CJ Thorpe-Tracey for Lo Fi Arts.

 


What did you think of Peter’s views on democracy and policy, education and where our focus should be?

Come and join the debate by joining The Possibility Club for free, find a community of thinkers and find out about our monthly events.

You can also subscribe to our monthly digital journal – which this month is all about The Future of Work – at www.thepossibilityclub.org

This podcast was hosted by Richard Freeman and produced/edited by CJ Thorpe-Tracey for Lo Fi Arts.

 

 

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