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Futurist, author and speaker on the future of work, automation and human capital

The Future of Work requires perpetual reinvention

Futurist, author and speaker on the future of work, automation and human capital.

RAVIN JESUTHASAN

Futurist speaker on the future of work

“To succeed in this new world of work, leaders need to focus on two things. They need to have a better understanding of the eight different sources of work, and they need to better align the interests of these sources of work to create a unifying culture.”

Ravin Jesuthasan is a recognized futurist, global thought leader and Wall Street Journal bestselling author on the future of work and human capital.

Ravin has lead numerous research projects on the global workforce, the emerging digital economy, the rise of artificial intelligence and the transformation of work as well as ground breaking-studies for the World Economic Forum. Ravin was an advisor to and featured prominently on PBS’s highly acclaimed documentary series “Future of Work”.

He has been recognized as one of the top 25 most influential consultants in the world by Consulting Magazine, one of the top 8 future of work influencers by Tech News, one of the top 100 HR influencers by HR Executive and is named to the Thinkers 50 Radar Class of 2020.

Explore what the future of work will really look like, and how it will impact organizations as they seek growth and success in an era of change and digital transformation.

Discover how smart leaders are optimizing human-automation combinations that are not only more efficient but also generate higher returns on improved performance.

“Peter Drucker famously said “culture eats strategy for breakfast”
and I would add to that by saying, and it will snack on technology all day long.
Transformation needs to be lead with the work and never technology.”

Ravin Jesuthasan

Reinventing Jobs:
A 4-Step Approach for Applying Automation

The Future of Work

Sustainable Digital Transformation
and the Role of the
Chief People Officer

Creating a Shared Vision for Talent in the 4th Industrial Revolution

HR 4.0

AI and Human Capital –
Shaping the Future

Learning – Powering The Journey Of Perpetual Reinvention

Reinventing Jobs:
A 4-Step Approach for Applying Automation

The Future of Work

Sustainable Digital Transformation
and the Role of the
Chief People Officer

Creating a Shared Vision for Talent in the 4th Industrial Revolution

HR 4.0

AI and Human Capital –
Shaping the Future

Learning – Powering The Journey Of Perpetual Reinvention

The Good Work Framework – Davos 2023

January 18th, 2023|Categories: All Media, Interviews, Videos|Tags: |

Media: World Economic Forum
Tags: #Future Of Work  #Davos 2023 Full Interview Here Introduction

Hub Culture Executive Editor Edie Lush interviews Ravin Jesuthasan Author and CFA, FRSA, Senior Partner Global Leader, Transformation Services at Mercer about the future of work in the aftermath of slow quitting, the great resignation and ChatGPT.

Artificial Ontelligence can – but may not – positively impact all our lives. Mercer and the World Economic Forum are developing The […]

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January 3rd, 2023|Categories: All Media, Articles|Tags: |

Media: World Economic Forum
Tags: #Future Of Work  #Davos 2023 Full Article Here Introduction

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Powering The Journey Of Perpetual Reinvention

September 5th, 2022|Categories: All Media, Articles|Tags: |

Media: Forbes
Tags: #Perpetual Reinvention  #HR Decision Science Full Article Here Introduction

In my many discussions with clients, writings and keynotes about the future of work, I have always stressed the point that relevance in the new world of work hinges on our ability to ensure that the organization, its work and its workforce are perpetually being reinvented even as they are perpetually being rendered obsolete. New ways of working, digitalization, emerging […]