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Ravin Jesuthasan

  • Best selling author on the Future Of Work with 4 BooksAuthor of multiple HBR, Sloan Management Review articles, Forbes contributor

  • Senior Partner, Global Transformation Leader, Mercer

  • Top 8 Future Of Work authors

  • World Economic Forum Steering Committee on Work & Employment

  • Top 25 most influential consultant in the world

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​Ravin is a recognized global thought leader, futurist and author on the future of work, automation and human capital. He has led numerous research projects for the World Economic Forum including its ground-breaking studies; Shaping the Future Implications of Digital Media for Society, Creating a Shared Vision for Talent in the 4th Industrial Revolution and HR 4.0. He is a regular participant and presenter at the World Economic Forum’s annual meetings in Davos and Dalian/Tianjin and a member of the forum’s Chief Human Resources Officer community.

Ravin was named to the Thinkers 50 Radar Class of 2020. He has also been recognized as one of the top 25 most influential consultants in the world by Consulting Magazine, one of the top 8 future of work influencers by Tech News and one of the top 100 HR influencers by HR Executive. He is the author of Transformative HR, Lead The Work: Navigating a World Beyond Employment, Reinventing Jobs: A 4-Step Approach to Applying Automation to Work and the Wall Street Journal bestseller; Work Without Jobs: How to Reboot Your Organization’s Work Operating System. He has authored over 200 articles including 15 for the Harvard Business Review and the Sloan Management Review. 



Work Without Jobs | The Book

Here's how companies should navigate generative AI in the world of work | WEF

Transforming Work, Reshaping The Future – World Economic Forum 2022

Work Without Jobs | MIT Sloan
Can’t Fill Jobs? Deconstruct Them | MIT Sloan
How to Break Down Work into Tasks That Can Be Automated | HBR
Powering The Journey Of Perpetual Reinvention | Forbes
Robotics, automated technology and the future of work | CNBC
Putting Work Before Technology | Business Insider
How will Web3 impact the future of work? | World Economic Forum
What We Often Get Wrong About Automation | HBR
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