The 7 Skills You’ll Need to Manage Smart Machines at Work

Dear Annie: I’ve been following Fortune’s recent articles about artificial intelligence, and how it will transform the business world, with great interest. I’m in my first management job, after going back to school for an MBA four years ago. Since I’m 34 now, I figure my career probably has at least three decades to go, and I’m wondering if the skills I learned in B-school will be obsolete before too long. For example, does emotional intelligence (EQ) still count if your “employees” have no emotions? What skills will managers need to develop instead? — Curious in Cupertino Dear C.C.: Interesting questions, and all the more so because, at this moment, no one can be entirely sure of the answers. It seems, though, that human leadership skills won’t fade into obsolescence…


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