While enabling telework has been a Future of Work objective since the advent of the Internet, COVID-19 acted as an accelerant.
As organisations adopt new business models and the shape of the workforce changes, approaches to talent attraction and retention need to adapt accordingly.
David Terrar had the privilege of co-hosting Kongress Media GmbH's Digital Work Disruption virtual conference with a diverse set of speakers.
The Future of Work is more likely to involve an equal partnership between employer and employee, than the “boss and minion” relationship.
If your trust culture is strong, you’re in a great position to exploit the opportunities offered by changing ways of working.
A massive change in location and travel patterns are common threads connecting the big shift that changes the future of work and workplace design.
Organisational change will create greater autonomy and democratization – but the fundamentals of great leadership don’t change.
What is the Future of Work for stakeholders? A change in working culture and practice, emphasizing business outcomes in place of hours worked in the office.
As Covid-19 accelerates the pace of change, flatter, cell-structured organisation structures will soon have their day.
For the foreseeable future AI is “Augmented Intelligence”: human and learning machine working together to deliver a business outcome.