Tag: Future of Work

05
Oct

2022 Future Work Skills Outlook

Innovation, Problem Solving, Learning Rising!

The World Economic Forum has published its updated 2022 Skills Outlook. Since we are involved in and focused on the future of work we were delighted to see so much of what we do at Humantific on the new “Growing” list including: Innovation, Complex Problem Solving, Creativity, Leadership, Critical Thinking, Emotional Intelligence, Analysis and Ideation.

We like to keep an eye of several versions of Future Work Skills Outlooks as we are actively involved in the Future Work Skills Academy.

See the 2020 Future Work Skills here! It also includes Complex Problem Solving, Creativity, Critical Thinking, Emotional Intelligence and one we really like, Cognitive Flexibility.

We also liked this Future Work Skills 2020 Report from the Institute for the Future in California.

To learn more about how we help organizations get ready for the rapidly arriving future by skilling up in Innovation Leadership, Complex Problem Solving and activating Organizational Transformation send us an email: kickitup (at) humantific (dot) com.

See some Humantific Case Studies here:

26
Sep

Thanks Kate Storey!

“What a Strategic Innovation Consultancy looks like!”

Just catching up to this one. It was inspiring to see graduate student Kate Story’s post on Medium inspired by Humantific. When we are busy doing our work everyday we do not always think about how or if our work might inspire a new generation of design leaders so it is always great to hear from those who see the value in what we are doing. Making great use of our materials we loved your post Kate!

Kate Storey: “Humantific’s academic prowess affords them the ability to extend and adapt contemporary Design Thinking theories. Their rigour has allowed them to craft their own space and convey it with mastery — see how they articulate the 10 key differences (pp77–97) between themselves and the ‘Mainstream Design’. [7].”

“Humantific understands that designing the conditions for humans to change is a key factor for success. A clue maybe in their name, that they know that the humans are the ones it all comes down to — and that often human design is the focus for adjustment to overcome our human selves, and make work towards a better future possible.”

Kate Gets it!

Kate, we see you are in Melbourne but we hope you stay in touch with us and visit us if you come to New York.

07
Sep

Humantific at Centro Mexico City

Complexity Navigation in Spanish!

Humantific CoFounder Elizabeth Pastor gave a talk yesterday on Complexity Navigation skill-building at Centro in Mexico City.

To learn more about Humantific’s Complexity Navigation Program and how it can help your team become more future focused and inclusion oriented send us an email: kickitup (at) humantific (dot) com

To learn more about The Future of Work Skills Academy where Elizabeth teaches SenseMaking virtually go here:

 

 

 

 

21
Aug

Humantific at Google New York City

Elizabeth Pastor Presents!

Humantific CoFounder Elizabeth Pastor gave an informal Humantific talk today at Google here in New York City.

Lots of interest in the NextDesign Geographies Framework… Design 1,2,3,4.

Lots of interest in Upstream and Downstream methods.

Lots of interest in learning more about how to bring understanding of cognitive/thinking styles into cross-disciplinary team consciousness.

If you would like Elizabeth to come and give an inspirational Humantific talk to your in-house group on topics such as SenseMaking for ChangeMaking, Building Inclusive Innovation Culture, Upstream Challenge Framing, or Rethinking Design Thinking, feel free to send us an email: kickitup (at) humantific (dot) com.

If you are an organizational leader and would like to join our Friends of Humantific LinkedIn Group feel free to send us an email. 🙂

15
Jun

Future Work Skills Academy Launches

Future Work Skills are Here!

For all those interested in the emerging future of work: Future Work Skills Academy has launched! We are delighted to collaborate on this important initiative with 4th Industrial Revolution.

Its been an interesting journey and for everyone involved a tremendous amount of work to create this virtual program designed around future skills articulated in the Institute for the Futures 2020 Report..

Huge thanks to our fearless project leader Donna Patricia Ann Eiby who was the driving guide behind this initiative.

We are thankful for being included and we learned a lot by jumping in to create a virtual version of our introductory SenseMaking Workshop starring Elizabeth Pastor!

 

Go here to sign up: See Humantific Cofounder, Elizabeth Pastor teaching SenseMaking in this virtual session!

 

Interested in Future Work Skill-Building?

We have an entire physical world skill-building program combining Advanced Problem Solving and Visual SenseMaking.

Feel free to write to us: kickitup (at) humantific (dot) com

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12
Feb

Complexity Navigation in Denmark

Humantific in Denmark:

We had a great week in Copenhagen and Aarhus working with the faculty of the Danish School of Media & Journalism and in the middle giving a public talk.

Lots of interest in Complexity Navigation as a set of future work skills. Thanks to Trine Nielsen for inviting and hosting us. Special thanks to Nikolaj Christensen for being our guide/host/collaborator. It was great fun and a lot of work. We are looking forward to Chapter 2 in Denmark in the spring.

To learn more about Humantific’s Complexity Navgation Program, Future Work Skills and Workplace Adaptability send us an email: kickitup (at) humantific (dot) com

06
Dec

Future Work Skills 2020

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Many of our Humantific clients work with us building next generation adaptive, changemaking capacity and are thus interested in the subject of future work skills.

Being involved in this arena for many years we recognize that there are multiple views of what the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” will bring and or require regarding future work skills. We are interested in all of those perspectives and often see commonalities between them.

We were delighted to see this version of Future Work Skills 2020 published as a top ten list by the World Economic Forum includes Complex Problem Solving, Creativity, Cognitive Flexibility, Ccordinating with Others and Emotional Intelligence.

The good news is that Humantific’s Complexity Navigation Program is geared towards teaching key future work skills that are also extremaly useful in the present!

You can read the World Economic Forum article here:

The 10 skills you need to thrive in the Fourth Industrial Revolution”

The World Economic Forum Report: The Future of Jobs can be read or downloaded here

For more information on Future Work Skills capacity building send us an email: engage (at) humantific (dot) com

See Humantific Case Studies here!

Coming Soon: 4th Industrial Revolution: Future Work Skills Academy 

21
Dec

Methods Mapping Book Published

book_mockup_3The new Humantific book by GK VanPatter and Elizabeth Pastor: Innovation Methods Mapping / DeMystifying 80+ Years of Innovation Process Design has just been published!

Years in the works and long overdue we finally crossed the finish line on this one! Wooooo Hooooo!

Making sense of innovation process design is the subject of this new Humantific book.

Big thanks to all who contributed.

View the Preview here.

Buy the book on Amazon here.

28
Apr

E. Pastor Keynotes Design Intelligence

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“How Can Design Intelligence Open Our Mind & Help Us Explore What’s Next?”

Humantific CoFounder Elizabeth Pastor will be keynote speaker at Parsons Design Intelligence / Future of Work conference on Saturday April 30, 2016 in New York City.

“The Design Intelligence Conference will be held on April 30, 2016 at The New School and will feature a panel discussion, keynote, skill-based workshops, and networking opportunities for both New School students and the greater design community.

This year’s conference will be driven by questions related to The Future of Work. Through this immersive day-long experience we will explore this theme from various perspectives and sectors and through the course of the day have the opportunity to talk about design in the context of new design firms, new models and new work.”