Tuesday, September 12, 2023

g-f(2)1319 The Reskilling Imperative: Embracing the Future of Work and Navigating Paradigm Shifts (GK from HBR)


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Golden Knowledge (GK) Nugget:

"In the g-f New World reskilling is the strategic answer to the ever-accelerating pace of technological change, requiring leaders to embrace a new paradigm of collective responsibility, and companies to collaborate, measure, and adapt." — Fernando Machuca

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Genioux Foundational Fact:

The future of work in the g-f New World demands a fundamental shift in how we approach skills. Reskilling, driven by the rapid evolution of technology, is no longer a choice but a strategic necessity. It encompasses a series of paradigm shifts, emphasizing leadership responsibility, employee desire, and collective action. In this era of short-lived skills, it's imperative to measure, scale, and collaborate across sectors to ensure the workforce remains adaptable in the face of automation and AI.

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  1. The Reskilling Challenge: In the face of accelerating technological change, millions of workers will require both upskilling and reskilling.
  2. Five Paradigm Shifts: Reskilling is now a strategic imperative, every leader's responsibility, a change-management initiative, desired by employees, and requires collective effort.
  3. Pace of Technological Change: Technology is reshaping skills rapidly, with the average half-life of skills now less than five years.
  4. Beyond Upskilling: To adapt to the future, millions will need complete reskilling, not just upskilling.
  5. Measuring and Scaling: Companies must rigorously measure and scale reskilling efforts to meet the pace of change.
  6. Reskilling Ecosystem: Reskilling is a collective effort involving governments, industry, academia, and NGOs.
  7. Industry Partnerships: Companies can partner to pool resources, build skill taxonomies, and address challenges collaboratively.
  8. Examples of Success: Programs like Technology in Finance Immersion and Automotive Skills Alliance showcase effective reskilling efforts.
  9. Nonprofit Partnerships: Teaming up with nonprofits expands access to diverse talent pools.
  10. Education Collaborations: Partnering with colleges and training providers helps companies adapt to new technologies.

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How to Lead and Reskill in the Age of AI

In this discussion with Raffaella Sadun from Harvard Business School, the impact of AI on businesses and employees is explored. The key takeaway is that the outcome largely depends on how well organizations integrate new technologies into their broader corporate vision and individual employee development. Simply adopting AI without a clear strategy for employee reskilling can lead to job displacement and missed opportunities. The conversation emphasizes that we are in the early stages of the AI journey, and nothing is set in stone. Smart leaders need not grasp every technical detail of AI but should instead focus on identifying the most suitable AI applications for their business and outlining a comprehensive plan for upskilling their teams. Furthermore, it highlights the importance of leaders using AI as an augmentation tool for decision-making rather than relying on it to make actual decisions. In the AI-driven future, effective leadership will require a blend of technical ("hard") and social ("soft") skills, with successful leaders understanding their organization's complexity while communicating a clear vision to all employees. Lastly, the discussion delves into the challenges of change management, particularly in a climate of uncertainty where regular employees may be apprehensive about the future.

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Reskilling in the Age of AI

Five new paradigms for leaders—and employees

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Jorge Tamayo is an assistant professor in the Strategy Unit at Harvard Business School.

Leila Doumi is a PhD candidate in the Strategy Unit at Harvard Business School.

Sagar Goel is a managing director and partner at Boston Consulting Group, Singapore, and a fellow at the BCG Henderson Institute.

Orsolya Kovács-Ondrejkovic is an associate director at Boston Consulting Group, Zurich, and an ambassador at the BCG Henderson Institute.

Raffaella Sadun is the Charles E. Wilson Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School.

10 genioux Facts extracted from Reskilling in the Age of AI

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  1. In the coming decades, as the pace of technological change continues to increase, millions of workers may need to be not just upskilled but reskilled—a profoundly complex societal challenge that will sometimes require workers to both acquire new skills and change occupations entirely. Companies have a critical role to play in addressing this challenge, but to date few have taken it seriously. To learn more about what their role will entail, Jorge Tamayo, Leila Doumi, Sagar Goel, Orsolya Kovács-Ondrejkovic, and Raffaella Sadun—members of a collaboration between the Digital Data Design Institute at Harvard’s Digital Reskilling Lab and the Boston Consulting Group’s Henderson Institute—interviewed leaders at some 40 organizations around the world that are investing in large-scale reskilling programs. 
  2. In synthesizing what they learned, they became aware of five paradigm shifts that are emerging in reskilling: (1) Reskilling is a strategic imperative. (2) It is the responsibility of every leader and manager. (3) It is a change-management initiative. (4) Employees want to reskill—when it makes sense. (5) It takes a village. The authors argue that companies will need to understand and embrace these shifts if they hope to succeed in adapting dynamically to the rapidly evolving new era of automation and AI.
  3. Today advances in technology are changing the demand for skills at an accelerated pace. New technologies can not only handle a growing number of repetitive and manual tasks but also perform increasingly sophisticated kinds of knowledge-based work—such as research, coding, and writing—that have long been considered safe from disruption. The average half-life of skills is now less than five years, and in some tech fields it’s as low as two and a half years. Not all knowledge workers will lose their jobs in the years ahead, of course, but as they carry out their daily tasks, many of them may well discover that AI and other new technologies have so significantly altered the nature of what they do that in effect they’re working in completely new fields.
  4. To cope with these disruptions, a number of organizations are already investing heavily in upskilling their workforces. One recent BCG study suggests that such investments represent as much as 1.5% of those organizations’ total budgets. But upskilling alone won’t be enough. If the OECD estimates are correct, in the coming decades millions of workers may need to be entirely reskilled—a fundamental and profoundly complex societal challenge that will require workers not only to acquire new skills but to use them to change occupations.
  5. Many companies have an intuitive understanding of the need to embrace the reskilling paradigm shifts discussed in this article, and some, admirably, have already made tremendous commitments to doing so. But their efforts are hampered by two important limitations: a lack of rigor when it comes to the measurement and evaluation of what actually works, and a lack of information about how to generalize and scale up the demonstrably successful features of reskilling programs. To adapt in the years ahead to the rapidly accelerating pace of technological change, companies will have to develop ways to learn—in a systematic, rigorous, experimental, and long-term way—from the many reskilling investments that are being made today. Only then will the reskilling revolution really take off.
  6. Reskilling Takes a Village. Companies have tended to think of reskilling as an organization-level challenge, believing that they have to do the job by and for themselves. But many of the companies where we interviewed have recognized that reskilling takes place in an ecosystem in which a number of actors have roles to play. Governments can incentivize reskilling investments by means of funds, policies, and public programs; industry can team up with academia to develop new skill-building techniques; and NGOs can play a role in connecting corporate talent needs with disadvantaged and marginalized talent groups. Coalitions of companies may be more effective at the reskilling challenge than single organizations are.
  7. When designing reskilling programs for the rapidly evolving era of AI and automation, companies need to harness the potential of this wider ecosystem. We’ve identified several ways in which they can do so. Consider industry partnerships. Instead of thinking of themselves as competitors for a limited talent pool, companies can team up to conduct joint training efforts, which may significantly attenuate some of the challenges outlined above. For example, industry-wide skill taxonomies would provide a useful infrastructure and could in some cases help companies pool the knowledge and resources needed to invest in certain types of capabilities, such as cutting-edge AI skills, which are so new that individual organizations may not yet have the knowledge or the capacity to develop solutions on their own. Industry coalitions could also reassure participants that their investments in learning might open up broader future opportunities.
  8. The Technology in Finance Immersion Programme, offered by the Institute of Banking and Finance Singapore, a nonprofit industry association, is a case in point. The program aims to build up an industry pipeline of capabilities in key technology areas, with participation from all major banks, insurance players, and asset managers in the country, to meet the talent needs of the financial services sector. Similarly, within the European Union a variety of stakeholders have formed the Automotive Skills Alliance, which is dedicated to the “re-skilling and up-skilling of workers in the automotive sector.”
  9. Partner with nonprofits to reach diverse talent. Many reskilling nonprofits work with populations that are underrepresented in the workforce. By teaming up with these nonprofits, companies can significantly expand access to talent and employment opportunities in ways that benefit both parties, often at low cost. Some of the ongoing reskilling efforts we learned of in our research involve corporate partnerships with such innovative entities as OneTen (which helps Black workers in the United States), Year Up (which helps disadvantaged youths in the United States), Joblinge (which helps disadvantaged youths in Germany), and RISE 2.0 (a BCG program that helps workers in Singapore without a digital background move into digital roles). Year Up stands out among these initiatives for its careful use of statistical techniques to study the impact of its training on participants. Since 2011 the program has placed more than 40,000 young people in corporate roles and internships that would have been inaccessible to them without the reskilling support and network it provided. The program has an 80% placement rate at more than 250 participating companies.
  10. Partner with local colleges and training providers. Companies have a lot to gain by teaming up with educational institutions in their reskilling efforts. Examples of such partnerships include the UK-government-funded Institutes of Technology, which bring together colleges and major employers to provide practical technical training for workers without tech backgrounds, in ways that allow companies to quickly react to new technologies and meet rapidly evolving skills needs; and BMW’s collaboration with the German Federal Employment Agency and the Association of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce, which supports the transition to electric vehicles with reskilling programs aimed at industrial electricians.

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As we stand on the brink of an era defined by automation and AI, the need for reskilling is paramount. It's a strategic imperative that transcends organizational boundaries, necessitating collective action. Governments, industry, nonprofits, and educational institutions must collaborate, innovate, and scale reskilling efforts to meet the demands of this evolving landscape. Only by embracing these shifts and fostering partnerships can we ensure a workforce that thrives in a world shaped by constant technological evolution.

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AI training significantly improves human performance by democratizing learning, but optimal results require balancing AI's scalability with human nuance. — Bard

“AI is revolutionizing learning and skill development by offering scalable and democratized experiences, elevating skills and performance, and bridging gaps, particularly for disadvantaged individuals, through a balanced approach that combines AI-powered training with real-world practice and human interactions.” — Bing Chatbot

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Research shows AI training significantly improves human performance by democratizing learning, but optimal results require balancing AI's scalability with human nuance. — Claude

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      • The "Positive Disruption: AI Revolution" has accelerated
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The Lighthouse of the New World: The Four Disruptions

Four powerful currents of transformation are converging to reshape our world:

  1. The “Positive Disruption: Transformation Revolution” has accelerated
  2. The "Positive Disruption: AI Revolution" has accelerated
  3. The "Positive Disruption: The Personal Digital Transformation (PDT)" is accelerating
  4. The "Negative Disruption: The Disruption of the World Order" was consolidated in 2022


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