Human Excellence in the Smart Machine Age
Are we about to become obsolete, will machines take over every job?
Our guest on this episode is Professor Ed Hess and he says that we are on the leading-edge of a societal transformation that will be as challenging and transformative as the Industrial Revolution was for our ancestors and we as a society and as individuals are not ready for what is about to hit us.
Ed Hess is Professor of Business Administration and Batten Executive-in-Residence at the Darden Graduate School of Business, University of Virginia.
He is a best-selling author and sought-after expert in the areas of high performance organizations and leadership, learning/adaptation and innovation.
the author of 12 books, 100 articles and 60 Darden Cases and his work has appeared in over 400 media outlets globally including; Fortune, WIRED, Fast Company, Washington Post, Forbes, HBR, SHRM, CNBC Squawk Box, Fox Business News and Bloomberg Radio.
His 2014 book Learn or Die: Using Science to Build a Leading-Edge Learning Organization was a best seller.
His new book entitled: Humility Is the New Smart: Rethinking Human Excellence in the Smart Machine Age is a timely deep-dive into how individuals can excel at the human skills that will complement smart technology and puts forth a new organizational and leadership model for the Smart Machine Age.
In this show we'll speak about why in the smart machine age we desperately need more women leaders.
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