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A newsletter coordinated by professional body CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) as part of their Future of Work is Human project. CIPD is the professional body for HR. You can sign up to this newsletter to get updates on the future of work.
The Economist Intelligence Unit focuses on global business intelligence, helping understand how the world is changing. You can subscribe to monthly, ‘weekly digests’ and newsletters by email.
A fortnightly column co-ordinated by the Financial Times Investigations Correspondent Sarah O’Connor, showcasing her views on the future world of work. You can sign up for alerts but note you must subscribe/sign up to the Financial Times first.
You can sign up to email bulletins coordinated by Harvard Business School with new and important business insights/updates on areas such as technology and innovation, leadership, woman at work and a ‘weekly hotlist’ column.
Specialist research consultancy Hot Spots Movement was founded by Lynda Gratton of the London Business School, one of the world’s leading thinkers on the future of work and organisational behaviour.
A monthly publication tailored to manufacturing business leaders exploring the issues, strategies, future trends and technologies that build more profitable companies.
Blog posts and publications coordinated by researcher and professor Jeremias Prassl with a particular focus on technology, innovation policy, the law and economics of fragmenting labour markets, access to justice and the future of work. Prassl has also written a book Humans as a Service exploring work in the gig economy across the world.
The Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) is focused on enriching society through ideas and action. It has a specific project area on the future of work, with a particular focus on good work, and hosts events, publishes reports and blogs in this area. You can subscribe to updates blogs and articles.
Online publisher TechCrunch provides technology focused news, analysis and opinions.
The Work Foundation provides advice, consultancy and research on the future of work, improving the quality of working life, leadership, economic and organisational effectiveness.
The “Preparing for the Future of Work Project” by the World Economic Forum seeks to bring clarity to an often ill-informed debate on the future of work. It seeks to do this through the dissemination of accessible, balanced and sector-specific knowledge.