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Reinventing a Workforce That’s Been Displaced by Automation

Nov 17, 2015
From Advisory Institute

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Reinventing a Workforce That’s Been Displaced by Automation
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From the Advice Worth Keeping podcast series
Hosted by Stan Lepeak, Global Research Director,
KPMG LLP Management Consulting

 

Are you ready for a world in which 3 out of 10 corporate jobs are done by a robot? This could be a reality in just 10 years.

Automation is rapidly becoming more intelligent and affordable, while the global supply of talent is getting smaller and more expensive. Bernard Salt, a KPMG Advisory Partner in Australia, highlights the significant ramifications of these facts.

Listeners will gain an understanding of:

  • How artificial intelligence will impact white-collar professions as well as manufacturing jobs
  • What different skills and abilities are needed in the emerging world of automation
  • The business, political, and social impacts of automation on the labor force
  • How proper workforce transitional strategies over the next 10 years can lead to a brighter future 

 

Duration: less than 15 minutes.

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