Protiviti’s Fran Maxwell Visits the Workplace of 2035

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For more than a century, science fiction has produced tantalizing, eerily accurate previews of the future. Video calls appeared in the 1968 movie 2001: A Space Odyssey, not long after Ian Fleming (creator of James Bond) wrote about a flying car. The Jetsons enjoyed 3D-printed meals, and Star Trek communicators provided an early use case for flip phones. Ray Bradbury described AirPods in the 1940s, Mark Twain once wrote about something that sounds more than a little like the internet, and Mary Shelley foretold organ transplants in the early 19th Century.

Organizational leaders should start thinking about and investing in upskilling programs now to get employees proficient in automation, artificial intelligence and quantum computing.

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