Coincidencity consider a new management paradigm for the future of work in this report.
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This report from Unwork and JLL sets out a roadmap for how technological and organisational drivers of change will disrupt workplace and real estate strategies between now and 2030.
Is the robot takeover already here? Janna Anderson, professor of communications at Elon University, discusses the future of work.
The network of interconnected devices known as the internet of things is increasingly shaping new ways of understanding and controlling the world. This report by Raconteur looks at how the internet of things is revolutionising the way we live and work.
Digitisation has fundamentally altered the way we live, businesses operate, and how governance is undertaken. This report by the Economist Corporate Network looks at technology's role in employment and shaping the future of work.
Recognising that jobs and livelihoods are being transformed, this report from the Foresight Alliance presents an overview and evaluation of thinking about the future of work.
This report from the Oxford Martin School and Citi explores some of the most pressing global challenges of the 21st century.
This report from CSIRO examines plausible futures for jobs and employment markets in Australia over the coming twenty years.
Companies of the future will only survive, let alone thrive, if they become collaborative ecosystems. This report from UnWork, sets out to look at the changing nature of work and the rise of collaboration.
Global organisations today navigate a “new world of work”—one that requires a dramatic change in strategies for leadership, talent, and human resources. Deloitte consider the 10 most major emerging themes most likely to have an effect in 2015.