Dom Price, Digital Native Vs Digital Immigrant

Digital Native Vs Digital Immigrant | Episode 6

               

Loved, Loathed, Longed For, Learnt... Dom Price, Work Futurist and Head of R&D at Atlassian, sits on the Human First couch with Penny to explore how he sees the advancements in tech and AI affecting the future of work in the unprecedented multi-generational workforce.

This Week We Explore:

  • Without change, an otherwise effective existence will not remain relevant
  • Dom’s insights into leading a multi-generational workforce
  • The mental health impact of increased long periods of complex work, as AI takes the lighter mix away
  • You can’t tell me to be curious between 9-5 Monday to Friday, it’s absurd
  • Dom’s 4 Ls hack, if you don’t plant seeds, you’ll never get any treats

Find The Resources Discussed

Dom Price | On Mental Overload

Blockbusters Rejects Netflix

Where To Find Dom

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