Future of Work - What's Innovative?
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IBM talk about “transforming talent and the IT experience”, with “chatbots” that are becoming AI-enabled and evolving into Intelligent Digital Assistants.
Setting out your digital vision for a multi-generational, diverse workforce, plus critical success factors for the organisation, its leaders and workers.
Bloor launches innovative new service to ‘navigate’ business to being in a constant state of reinvention
Independent research and analyst house Bloor Research today announce the launch of their new ‘Navigator’ consultancy programme.
We should all be aiming for something better than a return to normal. Challenge every aspect of how we have lived and worked to create a better future.
Changes enforced by the pandemic have brought teamwork to the fore, but how can we make our teams more effective, and unleash their creativity?
Regulatory issues for “portfolio workers”, homeworking and the gig economy - Implementing the Future of Work will have compliance implications
Large businesses should have procedures that already cover the regulations affecting Future of Work initiatives - but smaller businesses may not.
Machine augmentation may well automate routine business jobs out of existence but it will still be important that decisions can be explained in human terms.
Individuals, employers and societies all have to play their part in ensuring good quality career planning and talent development are available to all.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A massive change in location and travel patterns are common threads connecting the big shift that changes the future of work and workplace design.
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.
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.
Future of Work is the “gig economy” - temporary positions with workers hired short-term. This is very “Mutable Business” but can bring worker insecurity.
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.