Any conversation about the workplace of the future inevitably focuses on robots and sophisticated smart technology that are encroaching on work previously done by people. It’s happening in every phase of work, it seems. And machines are doing the work faster, cheaper and better than people. It begs the question: what is the future of the workplace? What will people do to earn a living? How will humans add value?
These are the questions that GEOFF COLVIN, senior editor-at-large at Fortune magazine sought to understand with the research and writing of his book, Humans are Underrated: What High Achievers Know That Brilliant Machines Never Will.