This is part of the article “Future skills for a life long competitive advantage - part 1” by Rachel Brushfield.
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In this blog, we share our post-event thoughts and a video of our panel’s reflections and insights, following our annual Future of Work Hub conference.
This article by Edward Houghton, Senior Research Advisor for Human Capital and Governance at the CIPD, takes a look at how automation is likely to impact HR and the role it will need to play in bringing ethics into a future filled with AI, data and algorithms.
Michael Weatherburn is a historian, consultant and mentor. Here he considers how high-quality hindsight can enhance our understanding of the future of work.
This is the eighth in a series of articles produced for the Future of Work Hub by Lewis Silkin LLP looking at managing technology, personal data and privacy.
Former HR Executive turned freelance writer, Lucy Wyndham, takes a look at the evolving role of human resources in the future world of work.
Digital strategist and near futurist Ade McCormack, shares his thoughts on some organisational challenges posed by the digital age.
Numbers, data and algorithms – why HR professionals and employment lawyers should take data science and analytics seriously
Data science and has revolutionised many areas: from Netflix recommendations to Amazon suggested purchases. The data revolution has been slowly hitting the workplace in recent years and, with this trend set to continue, the workplaces of tomorrow may be unrecognisable from those of today. Lewis Silkin LLP discusses why HR need to get onboard the big data bandwagon.
Technology developments and rapid technological change will affect the workplace of the future. But will it change the way employers approach line management and organisational change? Mark Beatson, Chief Economist at the CIPD, explores the issues and brings out the themes discussed by attendees at the inaugural futureofworkhub event.