For all those of you who are not "professionals" with deep experience in any one field, your time has come! At least according to Harvard lecturer Vikram Mansharamani. Read the entire article following the link, or see excerpts I have selected below:
His advice is that the "skill" needed for the future is not really a skill but more an approach, a philosophy and a way of thinking. "Breadth of perspective and the ability to connect the proverbial dots (the domain of generalists) is likely to be as important as depth of expertise and the ability to generate dots (the domain of specialists)." he says.