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Future of Work reading list

Updated: Apr 10, 2021

Future proof your job

At the June 2018 CCCE*, Tom Gram and Rob Pearson discussed about Learning, Technology and The Future of Work at our monthly meeting. They shared their references below and along with those references, I'd like for you to consider the following reading/viewing materials as well:

Below are the references Tom and Rob used for their presentation:

Select Resources and References

The Talented Mr. Robot - The Impact of Automation on Canada’s Workforce The Brookfield Institute for Innovation + Entrepreneurship

Advisory Council on Economic Growth , Dec 2017 Learning Nation: Equipping Canada’s Workforce with Skills for the Future

Shift: The Commission on Work, Workers, and Technology

PEW Research Centre: The Future of Jobs and Jobs Training

Institute for the Future – Work + Learn Futures learn/RiseofTheWorkingLearner_P.K.Jassal_H.Clark.pdf

World Economic Forum- The Future of Jobs

World Economic Forum: A New Vision for Education (2015)

The Upside of Disruption – EY 2016

It’s human skills – not technical skills – that we need the most in today’s work force

Mckinsey Global Institute- Jobs Lost, Job Gained: Workforce Transition in a time of Automation Executive Summary:

Full Report:

The Great Schools Revolution - The Economist

Learning at the speed of business – Mckinsey and Company speed-of-business

Global Human Capitol Trends 2016- Deloitte University Press global-human-capital-trends-2016.pdf

Training magazine – 20126 State of the Industry Report

State of Learning and Development 2016: Ready to Evolve

Performance X Design Blog Post- Mapping informal and Formal Learning Strategies to real work:

Harold Jarche Blog Posts on Automation

Conference Board of Canada: Learning Cultures Lead the Way: Learning and Development Outlook 2018—14th Edition

Desire 2 Learn: The Changing World of Work

Will a Robot take my job?

EY video-The Future of Work:

Geoff Colvin: Humans are Underrated

Jeroen J. G. van Merriënboer and Paul A. Kirschner: Ten Steps to Complex Learning



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