In this report the RSA offers a collection of short stories on the future of work in an age of radical automation and technologies.
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This report by RSA highlights the four futures of work: the Big Tech Economy, the Precision Economy, the Exodus Economy and the Empathy Economy.
TEEM, GE Current and iOffice consider the office of the future, what things to consider when building a workspace and how data is being utlilised in this report.
Recent years have seen significant shifts in work styles and the workplaces needed to support them, raising the question of what offices might look like in the future. This report from Raconteur explores the future of the workplace.
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.
The business environment of the future will be fundamentally different. But how, in the next three decades, will technology have changed the way businesses operate, the work we do and the way we live? Simon Raik-Allen considers.
Work revolution is blurring boundaries. How are advancements in the workplace, often driven by technological innovation set to change the way we work and how can we prepare for the workplace of 2030? This report from Raconteur features a number of articles on a range of topics affecting the future of work.
Technology may be ubiquitous, but Birgitte Andersen of the Work Foundation argues in this article from the Economist that face-to-face contact still matters.
This Economist article by Mike Davies, senior partner of Rogers Stirk Habour, comments about homeworking and the disappearing concept of "the office". He believes that future offices will be designed with comfort being paramount and opportunities for collaboration designed into the layout. Hierarchy is out, connectivity is in.
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.