In an age of constant digital input, where we feel the need to be “doing” all of the time – and we are interrupted, on average, once every 5 minutes – how do we work efficiently and get to the end of our daily task list?
Hundreds of jobs such as drivers, radiologists, sales and cashiers are facing substitution with machines in the next five years. How can humans stay relevant? We need a better understanding of how the human brain can work in harmony with artificial intelligence (AI).
This article explores how organisations will need to change in order to survive and thrive in the digital age. The learning organisation – committed to “learn, unlearn and relearn” – creates a fluid and connected environment, resilient in its ability to grow, develop, collaborate and innovate.
Unconscious behaviours and biases are often at play with interpreting perceptions and driving our actions. Many of our behaviours in the workplace and elsewhere are motivated by unconscious triggers and emotions. These behaviours, however, can be prevented by making conscious choices that tap into our subconscious thinking.