Over the last year, I have been investigating the trends in technology and how work will shift as economies reshape. Paradoxically, what is clear is that as technology continues to evolve our lives, there is a fundamental calling back to the basics of what matters: humanity, wisdom and connection.
With the speed of change and technological revolution upon us, our models of work itself—appropriate for the world we have lived in until now—are wearing threadbare. In this third revolution in human experience, we will need to invent new ways of working together.
Those leaders who I have talked with that are good at continuously adapting are always in a state of inquiry-- not just about the business context around them but also into the inner landscape that shapes their choices.
As we face this time of immense, rapid change, we are also seeking to find a place of stability. Against this backdrop of tools and progress, we are still human. While our humanity may not solve it all-- it is all we have at the core.