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28 Nov 2019
by Rebecca Patton

Matthew Taylor, CEO at the RSA on rethinking work in a digital age

Matthew Taylor, CBE, chief executive at the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce (RSA), discussed the key questions reward directors need to be asking in the digital age at the opening of REBA's Innovation Day 2019. 

In his opening remarks, Taylor warned attendees that we must look at how technology can help improve lives, rather than how we should be "adapting to technology". 

He said: "There is a question 'how should we adapt to technology?', but that is a completely stupid question, who is in charge here? So the question should be, 'how is technology used and deployed to improve peoples' lives'.

"We have to ground discussions of technological possibility in the things that we care about, our story has to be about the role technology can play in making peoples' lives and work better," he added. 

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