Tomorrow's Jobs Today
  • Rafael Moscatel & Abby Moscatel
26 episodes
Wisdom and Career Advice from Thought Leaders in AI, Big Data, Blockchain, the Internet of Things, Privacy and More If we cower in the face of disruption, our ideas will get stale, our skillsets will grow old, and our energy to adapt will precipitously decline. Tomorrow’s Jobs Today is the ultimate resource for smart people like you who realize the jobs of the future are very much here today and ours to adapt to. By absorbing the observations and advice by the people who are in love with these new careers, we can transform anxiety over the winds of change into opportunity! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tomorrowsjobs/support

Episodes

Recruitment: Finding Genuine Talent in an Artificial World
2021 Apr 302m 24s
One of the biggest myths about tomorrow’s jobs is that unless you have a tech background, you are as doomed as the dinosaur. Forget that! Futurist Michael Jay Moon breaks down why a growth mindset eclipses both work history and formal education. Every single person alive has this completely unique perspective. And, as you read this book, you are going to see opportunities that are right in front of you, in this very moment. You will realize that no matter how technology changes life, the world is still going to be powered by the people who value fairness, discernment, decency, and flexibility. What are you waiting for?
Compliance: The Future of Compliance
2021 Apr 291m 47s
Tomorrow’s leaders will be brave enough to scale the dangerous peaks of an increasingly competitive and ethically challenging mountain range. They will drive the problematic conversations that illuminate the valleys in between. One of those leaders is Miguel Mairlot, an attorney and Data Protection Officer (DPO) with Ethikos Lawyers. He has a breadth of compliance experience advising wealth management and insurance businesses, has written and spoken extensively about compliance topics, and teaches financial law in Brussels, Belgium. We spoke with him about compliance and ethics for our new book, Tomorrow’s Jobs Today.
Archives: Turning Collective Wisdom into Strength
2021 Apr 282m 3s
Mainstream Interviews with business leaders are generally puff pieces designed to amplify the subject’s success or advertise the company’s product. How boring! We went a different route. We drilled down to discover exactly what made dozens of accomplished and forward-thinking industry leaders and innovators brave enough to harness the very technology that was disrupting their own field- and possibly eliminating their very own job. Their shared perspectives and experiences are so real, so inspiring, that when you read them, you begin to realize you can use the same tricks to start-up your own life. One of the perspectives we loved learning about in our book was that of Andrea Kalas, an archives expert and the SVP of Asset Management at Paramount Pictures.
Public Affairs: Your New Neighborhood Library
2021 Apr 272m 6s
Mainstream Interviews with business leaders are generally puff pieces designed to amplify the subject’s success or advertise the company’s product. How boring! We went a different route with Tomorrow’s Jobs Today. We drilled down to discover exactly what made dozens of accomplished and forward-thinking industry leaders and innovators brave enough to harness the very technology that was disrupting their own field- and possibly eliminating their very own job. One of them was Patrick “PC” Sweeney of EveryLibrary, a public affairs group.
Data Protection: Strengthening Protections and Embracing Connections
2021 Apr 262m 22s
Douglas C. Williams is CEO of Williams Data Management and Chairman of the Board for the Vernon Chamber of Commerce. He has over 30 years of experience helping Fortune 500 clients with their document storage, destruction, and data security needs. We had an opportunity to discuss data protection and more in an interview with Doug Williams in Tomorrow’s Job’s Today, an excerpt of which is printed below.
Informatics: Diagnosing the Healing Power of Informatics
2021 Apr 221m 58s
Mainstream Interviews with business leaders are generally puff pieces designed to amplify the subject’s success or advertise the company’s product. How boring! We went a different route. We drilled down to discover exactly what made dozens of accomplished and forward-thinking industry leaders and innovators brave enough to harness the very technology that was disrupting their own field- and possibly eliminating their very own job. Their shared perspectives and experiences are so real, so inspiring, that when you read them, you begin to realize you can use the same tricks to start-up your own life. One of them was Dr. Katrina-Miller Parrish, a doctor and informatics specialist in Los Angeles.
Cybersecurity: Defending Freedom with Information Management
2021 Apr 212m 29s
Mark Patrick, CIP, leads the Joint Staff’s Information Management Team at the United States Department of Defense in Washington, D.C. He is a recognized thought leader in digital transformation, intelligent information, cybersecurity and knowledge management. He earned his bachelor’s in foreign affairs from the University of Virginia and his master’s from Tufts University Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. He shared his insights on information management in our new book Tomorrow’s Jobs Today.
Telematics: Driving Conversations Around Telematics
2021 Apr 192m 10s
With a new generation always clipping at our heels, it’s easy to feel left behind, or worry that our education and experience aren’t quite enough. The business leaders profiled in this book recognize that alarm, but they also share something in common that helps combat it. It’s an insatiable curiosity and appreciation for what their peers and colleagues do. Even the most cutting-edge technologies like Telematics are creating abundant opportunities at all skill levels, from entry-level to management. We spoke to a telematics specialist for our book Tomorrow’s Jobs Today, to see how his work has changed in this evolving tech landscape.
Relationships Matter
2021 Apr 154m 58s
As working professionals in the Information Age, we must strive to recognize and even anticipate emerging trends. Seizing upon those opportunities is possible when we choose to partner with change agents who share our vision and can work with us to transform our enterprises. We must reach beyond our teams or spheres of influence and work closely with the legal, regulatory, and ethical communities that study, measure, and moderate the impact of our technology and products on our respective fields. We need to plan and develop ourselves with a deep respect for the world that our products and services impact.
Privacy: Professing Principles of Digital Ethics and Privacy
2021 Apr 152m 50s
Wisdom is the reasoned synthesis and acute application of knowledge to life’s greater goals and meaning. It’s a gift and collective treasure that requires years if not generations of blood, sweat, and tears, trial and error, heroism and tragedy to be honed, survive judgment, and be passed along to new stewards. Wisdom travels from mother to son, father to daughter, teacher to pupil, from master to fellow to apprentice. It is sweetest when given freely and most bitter when taken for granted. We can’t put a price on this invisible commodity. We can only hope to repay those charitable enough to have shared it with us. Professor Anita Allen of UPENN imparts her own special wisdom in lectures on the fundamentals and nuances of privacy. We interviewed her for our book, Tomorrow’s Job’s Today, to learn about how the value of privacy is driving so much of concern around the technology at our fingertips.