Don't Worry About the Robots is a practical guide to managing the high-speed change ahead of workers. Learn how to disrupt yourself in a positive way, using key principles that will give you the best chance to survive and, even better, to thrive in the new world of work.
In this timely book, Dr Jo Cribb and David Glover, former CEOs who have launched successful portfolio careers, share insights from their own experiences plus those of an impressive range of successful business leaders who are all actively thinking about the future of work.
Aimed at anyone who needs to change careers or whose job leaves them feeling unchallenged and unfulfilled, as well as those starting work for the first time, this book will provide the inspiration, support and practical tools needed to change your working life.
'When you talk to employers they want people who can communicate...people with skills like curiosity, resilience or teamwork.' Brian Steele
'Don't be afraid of the future. If you have a dream, try it out. Make sure it is practical and works financially for you.' Dame Wendy Pye
'This book will disrupt everything you think you know about work. Read it.' Dr Michelle Dickinson aka Nanogirl
Dr Jo Cribb has a portfolio career that currently includes consulting, coaching, directorships and leading an NGO. She is the former Chief Executive of the Ministry for Women and she was the Deputy Children's Commissioner. She also has a doctorate in public policy.
David Glover is the former CEO of Learning Media, David Forman and various advertising agencies around the world. He is now Executive Director, Partnerships at Unitec, New Zealand's largest Institute of Technology, and a director of several technology businesses.
Business & Management
Allen & Unwin
A&U New Zealand
Paperback - C format
Business & management