This working paper report from the Harvard Business School showcases just how the future of work is enabling us to work (and live) from anywhere with increased flexibility.
This report by the MAPI foundation highlights how AI will transform manufacturing and the workforce of the future.
This report by the AiGroup outlines the state of business digitilisation as more and more businesses participate in the Fourth Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0.
This report by Cognizant is a collation and synthesis of the most powerful technological, business and societal trends that we see impacting us now and in the immediate future, which can act as a central source of a new emerging ground truth.
This report by Worldbank emphasises how much technology is advancing and creating new opportunities, which is why the primacy of human capital will resist simple and prescriptive solutions to the challenges of more and more jobs requiring specific skills as well as soft skills.
In this report the RSA offers a collection of short stories on the future of work in an age of radical automation and technologies.
This report by Raconteur highlights five key ways to avoid digital transformation burnout, helping organisations stay on course with digital transformation projects.
This report by The Entrepreneurs Network notes that whilst 14% of UK residents are foreign-born, 49% of the UK’s fastest-growing startups have at least one foreign-born co-founder.
This report by the McKinsey Global Institute highlights that women will need to make far more significant transitions in the future of work compared to men and may find it more difficult to capture new opportunities because of the persistent barriers they face.
This report by McKinsey highlights that the day-to-day nature of work could change for nearly everyone as intelligent machines become fixtures in the American workplace.