In his Ted Talk about a very significant shift in the workforce, what does Rainer Strack mean by “Global Workforce Crisis”?

VID#1

https://www.ted.com/talks/chip_conley_measuring_wh…

VID#2

https://www.ted.com/talks/rainer_strack_the_surpri…

Question #1

In his Ted Talk about a very significant shift in the workforce, what does Rainer Strack mean by “Global Workforce Crisis”?

Question #2

Why does Strack believe that such a crisis is going to occur in 2030? What evidence does he use to support his claim?

Question #3

How does our shift towards automation (i.e., technology) relate to the global workforce crisis?

Question #4

What are the four strategies that Strack strongly suggests companies should put in place as soon as possible?

Question #5

Why do you think this video is so relevant to human resource managers around the world?

Question #6

How does Chip Conley’s talk about measuring what makes life worthwhile relate to the evolution of management theories (e.g., Theory X vs. Theory Y) we have discussed in class?

Question #7

What does Conley mean by “what we actually count truly counts”?

Question #8

If you were brought in as a consultant, how would you propose companies in the US start measuring GNH?

Question #9

Do you think Conley and the King and people of Bhutan are on to something? Or, do you think it is a passing fad? Why or why not?

Question #10

What is Conley suggesting in his talk and how do you think it relates to human resource management?

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