People-Centered Economy

Innovation for Jobs: Why?

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Disrupt Unemployment

i4j Summit at Google

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"You Won't Be Automated"

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i4j Leadership Forum

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How DOL might facilitate an Innovation for Jobs Ecosystem

How DOL might facilitate an Innovation for Jobs Ecosystem

08th Jan 2016

By David Nordfors An idea for innovation-for-jobs policy, building venture value chains for startups. The idea of this model is to align existing interests and incentives for the stakeholders. Government stimulates...

i4j at The House of Lords in London

30th Nov 2015

Driving towards 100% employment Last Thursday I was excited to be part of the i4j Forum, the organisation chaired by Vint Cerf (one of the fathers of the internet and...

Robot Journalists

How Human Journalists can retain their Jobs in the Age of Robot Journalists or Automated Journalism

29th Nov 2015

As a founding dean of the biggest school of Communications in the Israeli academia I am responsible for preparing our graduates to retain their jobs in the age of automated...

Culture Traps – Part II: Unconscious Bias, Disrupting Unemployment and The New Enlightenment Era

04th Nov 2015

By replacing most of our jobs, machines are giving us the chance to regain our humanity and begin a new, 21st Century Enlightenment era.

Culture Traps – Part I: Unconscious Bias, Braggarts & Losers

04th Nov 2015

Technology and social networks have exponentially accelerated globalization, which has in turn increased tremendously the interaction between employees, executives and customers who belong to one or more different cultures. In order to survive and then thrive in a global economy, we cannot ignore anymore the fact that our own cultural values and belief system influence our thinking, feeling and behavior, often leading to biased choices and decisions.

i4j Beginnings: INNOVATION AND JOB CREATION Workshop 3 March 2011 at Stanford University

i4j Beginnings: INNOVATION AND JOB CREATION Workshop 3 March 2011 at Stanford University

30th Oct 2015

Here are the notes from the workshop at Stanford University that planted the seed that was to become i4j INNOVATION AND JOB CREATION 3 March 2011 at Wallenberg Hall, Stanford University...