Governments, organizations and companies are facing what we all call today the 4th industrial revolution. Technology is either loved, feared or outright dreaded, but independently of our feelings it becomes more and more present and vital in what we do professionally, for countless reasons: efficiency, productivity, competitiveness, global presence, innovation, scalability, to name the more obvious. We can safely say that technology is improving life and making work more pleasant. However, we are not all comfortable with all this transformation and we are actively trying to understand what the future holds for us.
What is the future of work? What is our professional future going to look like? Are we afraid of becoming irrelevant?