With job losses in all sectors across the board, employees and corporations will need to learn to survive and then thrive. Using De-risking and Dynamic Self-management.
We are headed into a discussion on human despair, despondency, dejection, dread, devastation, and destruction … of not just dreams, but real lives. This essay is not on just jobs and careers and possible changes that are in store, but really on the carnage the virus will leave behind in its wake and how humankind will combat (if it will) the flattening out of the economy, which will create its own set of problems in hunger, disease, deprivation, social unrest, homelessness, and more. In Alvin Toffler’s book from which this series derives its name, Toffler talks about copability becoming more important than capability in the times to come. In the job market of tomorrow, both capability and copability will become of paramount importance as jobs change, work changes, working spaces change, compensation changes, work hours change and work availability itself becomes a source of stress and anxiety.