Tomorrow's Jobs Today
Wisdom and Career Advice from Thought Leaders in Ai, Big Data, Blockchain, the Internet of Things, Privacy, and More
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This collection of in-depth profiles featuring Smart City CIOs, Data Protection Officers, Blockchain CEO's, Informatics Doctors and other diverse, skilled professionals gives readers first-hand insight into what tomorrow's jobs look like today. The hands-on experiences, subject matter expertise and measured job advice shared within these pages demonstrate how identifying opportunities, setting the right cadence and building strong relationships are the essential ingredients to unlocking your future's potential. Tomorrow's Jobs Today is for the new graduate, the professional between jobs and the doting parents desperate to get their "brilliant" but lazy kid out of the basement. It's also for senior corporate leaders seeking an intimate understanding of the changes abounding in their organizations. It's for the manager who wants to inspire and encourage professional development. And it's for every knowledge worker out there who wants to leverage technology and information governance to reduce risk, generate revenue, and improve customer experiences.
Business Books, 9781789045611, 192pp.
Publication Date: May 1, 2021
About the Author
Rafael Moscatel is an award-winning Information Governance Professional (IGP), Certified Records Manager (CRM) and Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM). He has decades of experience developing large-scale information management and digital transformation programs for Fortune 500 companies, including Paramount Pictures and Farmers Insurance. In 2015, he partnered with Stanford University and produced The Little Girl with the Big Voice, an acclaimed documentary based on historical archives and the Doctrine of Fair Use. He lives in Los Angeles, California. Abby Moscatel is a California trial attorney for State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company. She combines her love for the law and passion for emerging technology by writing and presenting on ethics and admissibility of evidence related to IoT and social media. Before law school, Abby was based in Washington, D.C., where she helped pioneer the use of the internet to mobilize students nationwide to lobby for increased access to federal financial aid. She was an executive producer for The Little Girl with the Big Voice. She lives in Los Angeles, California.
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