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ChangerInc. for your future.
ChangerInc. address the challenges of unprecedented global change by taking business, education, workforce and population ageing on a mind shifting leap from the impossible, to what’s possible.
‘Business I believed could be conducted differently!’
This situation was,
and is unacceptable.
ChangerInc. is my ‘bigger picture’: a solution to deliver mind shift change for business, workforce, education and the ageing sector whilst delivering extraordinary outcomes for social impact. It also delivers to consumers like my parents the respect and quality they deserve.
ChangerInc. Global Group
ChangerInc. leads the way!
ChangerInc. Global is a group of companies that uses ecosystem design thinking, and lean agility to execute sustainable economic change and social impact, through a synergistic combination of:
ChangerInc. looks at a really big picture, with challenges that require big solutions.
One of humanity’s greatest achievements has been the increased longevity of human life.
World state authorities and all international economies agree:
Population ageing is unprecedented
The twenty-first century will witness even more rapid ageing than did the century just past.
Population ageing is pervasive
A global phenomenon affecting every man, woman and child.
The pace of change between nations differs greatly.
Countries that started the ageing process later will have less time to adjust.
Population ageing is enduring
We will not return to the young populations that our ancestors knew.
Population ageing has profound implications
For all facets of human life.
ChangerInc.’s Global Scope
Unprecedented Change in Global Ageing
For the first time in history, most people can expect to live into their 80’s and beyond.
The consequences for health, health systems, businesses, the workforce and budgets to meet growth in expected demands are profound.
Asia is ageing faster than anywhere on earth
By 2030 the increase in people aged over 65 will be:
• Asia +71%
• Europe +31%
• North America +55%
By 2030 Japan is expected to become the world’s first ultra-aged nation, with almost a third of the population over 65.
Unprecedented Workforce Ageing
Ageing Population = Ageing Workforce
Workforce demographics are shifting in line with global ageing.
The workforce participation rate of older workers will increase. An ageing workforce effects all industries – no sector is immune! Organisations will have to be innovative, accommodating and collaborative in their approaches to support an ageing workforce.
The eldercare workforce is also older on average than workers in all other fields, so they are caring for consumers only slightly older than themselves.
Actions such as improved workplace safety and health monitoring, enhancing knowledge transfer between generations within businesses, digitising older workers to learn future skills, facilitating inter-generational teamwork, and ensuring access to scaleable, efficient training and capability development across organisations will be critical.
Unprecedented Education Demands
The world faces significant educational challenges if we are all to be globally competitive, socially cohesive and with a workforce capable of meeting the needs of 21C and Industry 4.0.
92% of future jobs will need digital skills.
45% of jobs will need people who can configure and work confidently with digital systems and technology.
More jobs will demand 21st-century skills, such as interpersonal skills, entrepreneurialism and hypothesisbased problem solving.
Workers will spenad less time on predictable physical tasks. Employability is a major driver for education. In order to prepare the workforce for the future, education will also require epochal transition.
The workforce requires preparation and skills for more rapid economic and social change than ever before; for jobs that have not yet been created; to use technologies that have not yet been invented but will exist tomorrow, and to solve social problems that we do not yet know will arise – and the capacity to be resilient and adaptive to such extraordinary change!
Global Demand for Human Right to Safe and Healthy Work
Safe and healthy work is a fundamental
human right and is a foundational element of sustainable development.
Yet in 2017, 2.78 million workers died from work related injuries and illnesses, and 2.4 million of those are the result of work related diseases. The number of injuries is going down in developed countries and is continuing to grow in developing countries. Work related deaths, illnesses and injuries continue to cause incalculable human suffering.
This is unacceptable. All of us acting together is imperative, there is no price to a human life lost or a human life destroyed. If reasons were needed for us to act to invest on safety and health, they can be found in the exorbitant economic costs to workers, their families, to businesses and to national economies from this state of affairs.