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I think that the workforce will become increasingly comprised of augmented generalists. There will be a shift from rigid job titles to fluid roles and from fixed skill sets to adaptable competencies. These workers will reconfigure team dynamics and leadership models. Their proficiency in utilizing AI tools will allow for more fluid and dynamic team structures, where leadership is less about having all the answers and more about asking the right questions and knowing how to leverage technology to find those answers.

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Hi Johannes - do you have any examples of ways firms are using ChatGPT to build, enrich or preserve their cultures? This would strengthen your article. Thanks

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Excellent question. To clarify, I'm not referring to that companies are or would be specifically using tools like the ChatGPT to strengthen their culture directly.

Instead, many are outsourcing parts of their helpdesk to chatbots using the ChatGPT API. IMHO, culture is something that develops through our interactions, and by introducing chatbots, we add a new element to the mix. It's important to be aware of the type of culture these chatbots are helping to create. Are their responses snarky, friendly, overly friendly, or brief? Ultimately, I believe we need to ensure that the chatbot (or whatever we use in terms of generated output from AI) promotes a culture that aligns with our values and goals

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