This report by the Work Foundation and commissioned by Citrix, highlights the complex and often strained relationship between productivity, technology and work.
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Coincidencity consider a new management paradigm for the future of work in this report.
This report from Raconteur investigates trends affecting the future workplace, such as workspaces, employee monitoring and generational generalisations at work.
Miriam Gilbert, founder and director of Coincidencity, takes a look at the role agility has to play at work and why organisations are struggling to adapt.
This whitepaper from UNC looks at digital disruption. It considers how tech has impacted, influenced and increased global business; how organisations are using disruption to their advantage; how it affects the search for talent and steps HR and talent development professionals can take to prepare their organisations for digital disruption.
This report from Cognizant's Center for the Future of Work explores digital innovation in the workplace, highlighting the importance of uniquely human skills.
This report from the Equality and Human Rights Commission examines how boards are performing on gender diversity in light of the targets set by Lord Davies.
The way we work today is fundamentally different than how we worked a decade ago. This report from Bain & Co looks at the case for flexibile working and how organisations in Australia are putting it into practice.
The long-hours culture familiar to most managers has now given way to the ‘always-on’ culture. This report from the CMI identifies what is driving this culture and the impact it is having on employers and workers.
This report from Acas aims to identify some of the trends that they think will have an impact on the workplace in 2016.