In his Ted Talk about a very significant shift in the workforce, what does Rainer Strack mean by “Global Workforce Crisis”?
Why does Strack believe that such a crisis is going to occur in 2030? What evidence does he use to support his claim?
How does our shift towards automation (i.e., technology) relate to the global workforce crisis?
What are the four strategies that Strack strongly suggests companies should put in place as soon as possible?
Why do you think this video is so relevant to human resource managers around the world?
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?
What does Conley mean by “what we actually count truly counts”?
If you were brought in as a consultant, how would you propose companies in the US start measuring GNH?
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?
What is Conley suggesting in his talk and how do you think it relates to human resource management?