From talent to tech with futurist and business strategist, Graeme Codrington, co-founder of TomorrowToday
- 7:30 - By 2030 is we’ll have a lot more data, a lot more science that is going to show us that you reach a point, as a knowledge worker, where you’re not adding value anymore because of fatigue… I think in the next 10 years, we’re going to work out what that looks like for your brain.
- 17:45 - I think by 2030, the traditional careers and traditional professions are not going to exist anymore. You’re going to have to have overlapping sets of skills. Some of those are obvious already. Robotics, automation, AI, data analytics, but I think you can look at pretty much any career and profession and realize there’ll be integration.
- 29:12 - I think by 2040, there won’t be any long-haul destinations… I think by 2040 there might be point to point anywhere to anywhere on the planet in less than an hour. That would change everything. I think travel has got to be on our radar as being very, very different by 2040.
Graeme Codrington, an expert on the future of work, bestselling author, award-winning speaker, and board advisor, joins the VISION by Protiviti podcast. He works across multiple industries and sectors and has a particular interest in disruptive forces changing how people live, work, interact, and connect with each other. Speaking internationally to over 100,000 people in more than 20 different countries every year, he lectures at some of the world’s top business schools and has written five books, including Mind the Gap and Futureproof Your Uncertain Future.
Graeme Codrington is a futurist and an expert on the future of work. He is a best-selling author, award winner speaker and board advisor who works across multiple industries and sectors. He has a particular interest in disruptive forces changing how people live, work, interact and connect with each other. Speaking internationally to over 100,000 people in more than 20 different countries every year, he’s in two speakers’ halls of fame (South Africa and the UK). He is also the co-founder and international director of TomorrowToday, a global firm of futurists and business strategists.