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Future of Work - What's Innovative?

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Future of Work: Career Planning and Talent Development

Individuals, employers and societies all have to play their part in ensuring good quality career planning and talent development are available to all.
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Future of Work can mean Freedom of Choice - Delegated power to control one’s own life helps Employee Wellness

Covid has bought changes to working patterns, and new opportunities, which reinforce one another and come together in greater empowerment.
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Why you need both Systems Engineering and Agile principles - And an introduction to EPAM and the MACH Alliance

Eliminating barriers between systems engineering and IT; EPAM introduces David Norfolk to the MACH alliance in his latest blog.
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Business Resilience and the Future of Work

While enabling telework has been a Future of Work objective since the advent of the Internet, COVID-19 acted as an accelerant.
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The changing face of talent attraction and retention - The Battleground

As organisations adopt new business models and the shape of the workforce changes, approaches to talent attraction and retention need to adapt accordingly.
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Joining the dots of the Digital Work Disruption conference

David Terrar had the privilege of co-hosting Kongress Media GmbH's Digital Work Disruption virtual conference with a diverse set of speakers.
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Bottom-up Empowerment - In many FoW scenarios, workers control their own destinies

The Future of Work is more likely to involve an equal partnership between employer and employee, than the “boss and minion” relationship.
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The Future of Work lies in a two-way Trust Culture

If your trust culture is strong, you’re in a great position to exploit the opportunities offered by changing ways of working.
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The Grocers are coming! - Ocado Smart Platform is a rival for Amazon

AWS is a world-class platform. But it grew out of an online bookshop. Now other eCommerce players like Ocado and Alibaba are attempting something similar.
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Changing location and travel patterns for Future of Work

A massive change in location and travel patterns are common threads connecting the big shift that changes the future of work and workplace design.
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Changing Leadership Roles for the Future of Work

Organisational change will create greater autonomy and democratization – but the fundamentals of great leadership don’t change.
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Outcomes: what’s in Future of Work for stakeholders?

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.
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The Flattened Organisation is the Future of Work

As Covid-19 accelerates the pace of change, flatter, cell-structured organisation structures will soon have their day.
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Hybrid skills using augmented intelligence

For the foreseeable future AI is “Augmented Intelligence”: human and learning machine working together to deliver a business outcome.
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Vision, Aims and Critical Success Factors - How do you know you’re doing Future of Work ‘right’?

How do you know you are doing the future of work right? The future is here now – you need to start thinking differently and getting prepared.
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Future of Work and the Gig Economy - Keeping the wolf from the door in uncertain times

Future of Work is the “gig economy” - temporary positions with workers hired short-term. This is very “Mutable Business” but can bring worker insecurity.
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New Business Models – From Human to Hybrid - The Future of Work Series

The migration to a human/machine hybrid business model is well under way. The pace and nature of the change is accelerating all the time.
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The Future of Work – a new frame of reference

The future of work has been a difficult to define but hot topic for the last few years. Here is our framework for rethinking and getting prepared.
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This one’s a Keeper – with KeeperHR, FTEs can have personalities too

KeeperHR aims at elucidating employee personalities and keeping a record of them in a Personality Profile. This one’s a Keeper!
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