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When automation posed solid threat to ‘manpower utilization’ endangering jobs, the concern was to stay reliant in rising up and above the order of the day. Present times prove to be even more critical often confronting competencies, by checking “are you relevant to the changing times by reskilling”.  It is this alignment that is becoming worrisome. From neutralizing the threat from robots to our career, times have changed when we need to think about managing the robots alongside with human resources. 

Robots were introduced to solve complex industry challenges. The reach of robots slowly extended freeing up human resources to be reassigned. It also removed them from service. Robots were associated with niche technologies. Unemployment as a result of automation disrupted lives and livelihood. Softskills and augmented AI took over. The road ahead is full of opportunities if one knows how to count and capitalize. Knowledge is the key.  Technology enables. The barrier begins to blur. Reskilling is required for the transition with the existing and emerging technologies. 

Reskill or get replaced. 

Talent acquisition checks on core competencies.

“robobosses” will increasingly make workplace decisions that previously could only have been made by human managers.

Robots could become your boss. Are you ready? In a world where machines and AI will reign, the smartest move is to recalibrate. Upskill is to anticipate  and accommodate by shifting gears and changing lanes. The preparedness will reflect on performance. Machines means measurement. Will machine power eliminate manpower?   Not everything. At the same time, retainer on certain jobs have to be relinquished.

One of the way to reskill: Stay focused on soft skills. 

The landscape will soon change. What holds good today may not be required or relevant. Stay abreast with changes. Expand knowledge base by studying the trends. For instance,  Gartner in its study revealed “six billion connected things will be requesting support.” 

Training with educational institutions and partner progams in skill development  who offer flexible learning methods will help realigning in in personal goal and organizational objectives.

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