Networks are beginning to replace hierarchies as an organizational model. In this knowledge economy, we don’t know what the future holds. We only know it will be more complex, and that our personal networks and nodes are more and more important. Harold Jarche, thoughtful as always, shares his vision of the 21st century workplace:
“One major difference between the 21st century and the work shift of the last century is that there are no jobs waiting for displaced workers today. One hundred years ago farm hands could move to the city and get a job. Today, the future of work is not in the form of a job. This may be a shock to those already in the workforce but it is an accepted reality amongst many younger people.”
via Networked Knowing.