Lately I've seen so many articles, theories, predictions and conversations happening about the future of work, and in particular, automation.
For example, some people say that automation is a foregone conclusion, and as a society we should be planning for an existence where working and earning money is not central to human life.
Others are about embracing people, not robots, as a source of ideas and innovation, creating environments in which they can flourish.
Pretty big subjects I know! I'm wondering though, what are your thoughts about this slightly contradictory shift both towards and away from people as a source of value?
I know we can't predict the future, but it could be an interesting discussion for community members, and we would love to hear your thoughts.
PS – in case you’re interested in automation from a CIPD perspective: