Disciplined Disruption Podcast
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Would you agree that the world is changing? And changing faster than ever before?
Digital Disruption impacts every industry and practically every business, and therefore almost every role.
What does this disruption mean for you personally?
Are you planning a career change or the next transition? Have you considered how you can prepare and benefit from the opportunities? Do you want to get ready for this step?
In the Disciplined Disruption Podcast, you will hear from some of the most brilliant minds insights, stories and implementation tips how you can thrive in today's fast-changing world - both in business or work and in life.
Most Recent Episode
#051 - Jim Stanford - Director Centre Future Work
Future of Work is a big topic in the news. That's why I am happy to have a conversation with Jim Stanford, Director Centre Future Work in Australia. We discuss corporate responsibility, why work has a future, potential transition paths and more. Enjoy this episode! More about Jim Stanford Jim Stanford is Economist and Director of the Centre for Future Work, based at the Australia Institute. The Australia Institute is Australia’s most influential progressive think tank; the Centre for Future Work is a new Institute initiative focusing on issues of work, labour markets, income, economic development, skills, and more. The Centre was founded in May 2016, and Jim is its inaugural Director. Jim recently relocated to Sydney, Australia from Toronto, where he is one of Canada’s best-known economic commentators. He served for over 20 years as Economist and Director of Policy with Unifor, Canada’s largest private-sector trade union (formerly the Canadian Auto Workers). He still advises the union, and is also the Harold Innis Industry Professor in Economics at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada (fractional appointment). He is also an Honorary Professor in the Department of Political Economy at the University of Sydney. Jim received his Ph.D. in Economics from the New School for Social Research in New York. He also holds an M.Phil. from Cambridge University, and a B.A. (Hons.) from the University of Calgary. Jim is the author of Economics for Everyone: A Short Guide to the Economics of Capitalism (second edition published by Pluto Books in 2015), which has been published in six languages. Stanford has written, edited or co-edited five other books, and dozens of articles and reports in both peer-reviewed and popular outlets. How to connect with Jim and find out more Twitter: http://twitter.com/jimbostanford Website: http://futurework.org.au Book you free "Future-Proof Your Career" Session with me here: http://hpda.link/futureproof