Innovation for Jobs

Innovation for Jobs

The People Centered Economy

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AI is cutting labor costs and workers are struggling to be valuable. The People Centered Economy (PCE) is a ‘Copernican Revolution’ placing people, not tasks, at the center of the economy. PCE has a handy definition of the economy: people create and exchange value, served by organization. In PCE, innovation makes people value each other more (not less) and the answer to the ‘future of work’ is simple: people need as much innovation for earning as there is for spending. Today there is almost none there is an untapped multi-trillion dollar market waiting to be built by “the new ecosystem for innovating jobs.” The book presents new ideas, models and policies for entering a competitive people-centered economy. Co-authors, leaders from the new ecosystem, present hands-on cases from the business of raising the value of people and helping them earn a good livelihood: V. FeroseLorien PrattSudipto DasguptaGanapathy SubramanianThorkil SonneJason PalmerAllen BluePatricia Olby KimondoJamie Merisotis, Jacob Hsu, Tess PosnerMonique MorrowDaniel PiankoGi Fernando, Wendy Guillliesm, Derek OzkalJim CliftonSven Otto Littorin and Guido Van Nispen.

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