On Monday and Tuesday, Ed and Ron facilitated a workshop in Niagara Falls on The Post-Professional Society. Might there be entirely new ways of organizing professional work that's more accessible, affordable, and better quality than the traditional approach? Does it follow that all the work that our professionals currently do can only be undertaken by licensed experts? To what extent do we actually trust professionals to admit that their services could be delivered differently, or passed along to non-professionals?” [“The guest will judge better of a feast than the cook”—Aristotle]. Is the grand bargain [monopolies granted to the professions] actually working? Are professions serving our societies well?
What will be the future roles for professionals? Join Ed and Ron as they share the lessons they learned from this workshop.