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The essential human skills of empathy or understanding a consumer, defining and calibrating a problem into a problem statement, solving it creatively and collaboratively for the user, and designing solutions that create impact are all skills of the future.
Also, the emergence of the new “sandwich generation” – people in their forties and fifties who are struggling to juggle work with caring for children and elderly parents – combined with smartphone technology, which blurs the boundaries of work and home, has placed people under additional pressure.
Organizations need to take better care of their people and recognize how the demands of work can affect their physical and mental health, as well as their ability to perform well at work. That means placing health and wellbeing at the heart of an organisation.