The aging population of the U.S. and world underscores the need to reassess foundational parts of our work culture. From longer careers, to multigenerational teams, to the divide in decision making power, age is an increasing factor in how jobs are allocated and how work is accomplished. As we continue to adapt to COVID, who will own the decision power to reimagine work?
Climate change, a pandemic, inequality, all demand that we examine the economic systems and structures we are operating within. In this time of unprecedented change, how might we reimagine work?
Given the ever-more connected world we live in, how should we reimagine the economy?
Examine new ways to think about work in light of the changes prompted by the pandemic.
Examine the way race interacts with structures of power, and how systemic racism manifests itself in institutions and our daily lives.