We will be joined by Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive of the RSA, Eugen Miropolski, MD of WeWork Europe & Israel, Ade McCormack, near futurist and digital strategist and Ella Bennett, Group HR Director at Home Retail Group for our next event on 28 September 2017.
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What social, economic, political and technological trends will shape the way we work in the next 10-15 years? The Economist Intelligence Unit explores these issues in a series of interviews with a number of experts in their fields.
Work is changing and technology is having an impact. What could the rise of the on-demand economy mean for the future of work? Could Uber's business model change the way you work in the future, and how? Farhad Manjoo of the New York Times, considers.
Staff attitudes and changes in technology are driving major transformation in the workplace. But how are workplaces going to evolve to reflect this? The CIPD consider.
There is a significant employment gap between men and women across Europe. How can flexible working help to address this issue? The Institute for Public Policy Research considers.
As technology develops to become increasingly capable and affordable, what are the economic benefits of employers recognising the value that technology-enabled remote working can offer? The Cebr consider.
William Higham of consultancy Next Big Thing covers off some of the main issues affecting the future of work in this short article for the Economist.
Were the "creative class" of café hoppers a key reason behind San Francisco's Bay Area success? Is the successful office of the future one which embraces these new connectivity and collaborative spirit? William Davies of the University of Oxford, writing in the Economist, gives his views.
PwC in this report, looks to 2022 and considers three 'worlds' of work; blue, green and orange. Each projects a different way to examine how organisations may operate in the future giving a definitive exploration of the future of work.
Over the past decade, managers have worked in an almost constant state of change. But what challenges will they face in the future and what should be their priority? The Institute of Leadership & Management consider.