October 11th 2019

Winning the 20's: The Organization of the Future

It’s a bad time to be average or ordinary as a company, with less growth, lower returns, and diminished organisational longevity increasingly common. We are seeing a polarisation of performance, and the profitability gap between winners and losers is widening. Technology is driving change at multiple levels, bringing us new processes and efficiency standards, new offerings and business models, new ways of organising within and across companies, and new ways of leading and managing. Given this context, there is no time for complacency. So, as the next decade approaches, business leaders must look beyond near-term pressures and understand at a more fundamental level what will separate the winners from the losers in the 2020s. To prepare for new competitive imperatives, leaders will need to go beyond simply adopting artificial intelligence (AI) or other technologies—instead, as Martin discussed in his session, they must fundamentally reinvent the enterprise through the lens of technology. Martin discussed several imperatives for designing the organisations of the future.

  • Tags
  • Future of Work
  • Agility
  • Productivity
  • Global Talent Management
  • Talent Management
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April 29th 2019

CRFCast - HR Insights from the Corporate Research Forum: The Future of Work, Jobs & Automation with Ravin Jesuthasan

Discussing Ravin’s book, Reinventing Jobs: A 4-step approach for applying automation at work, we explore the potential impact of automation and the steps organisations and individuals can take to prepare for a future where more and more work historically done by humans is replaced by machines.

  • Tags
  • Developing Employees
  • Future of Work
  • Learning and Development
  • Organisation Development
  • Risk
  • Strategic Reward
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October 30th 2018

Technology and the Future of Work

Missed our event - "The Future of Jobs, Work and Working"? Catch up on missed content from the event by accessing all speaker presentations. This presentation from Tom Standage at the Economist Magazine takes a look at the future impact of technology on jobs and society.

  • Tags
  • Future of Work
  • Strategic Reward
  • Talent Management
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November 30th 2012

The Future of Work – interview with Mike Jackson, Shaping Tomorrow

Co-founder of Shaping Tomorrow, Mike Jackson provides his thoughts on the key trends and challenges of the future of work and how organisations should best respond in order to succeed.

  • Tags
  • Business Models
  • Demographics
  • Forecasting
  • Future of Work
  • Generational Issues
  • Gig Economy
  • Global Strategy
  • Risk
  • Strategic Reward
  • Wellbeing
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November 30th 2012

The Future of Work – interview with Dr. Carsten Sørensen

Leading academic, Dr. Carsten Sørensen discusses how the future of work is likely to affect the relationships organisations have with their customers and their employees.

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  • Business Models
  • Demographics
  • Forecasting
  • Future of Work
  • Generational Issues
  • Gig Economy
  • Global Strategy
  • Performance Management
  • Risk
  • Wellbeing
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November 28th 2012

Post Meeting Review Notes - Future of Work

The document summarises some of the key messages from our 2012 Future of Work event.

  • Tags
  • Business Models
  • Demographics
  • Digital
  • Forecasting
  • Future of Work
  • Generational Issues
  • Gig Economy
  • Global Strategy
  • Performance Management
  • Risk
  • Wellbeing
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November 14th 2012

Tesco Case Study – The Future of Work

Find out how Tesco thinks about the future and what it will bring and how the business should respond.

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  • Future of Work
  • Performance Management
  • Risk
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November 14th 2012

Telefonica Case Study – The Future of Work

Explore Telefonica’s HR model and how it has changed in the digital age.

  • Tags
  • Future of Work
  • Performance Management
  • Risk
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November 6th 2012

The Future of Work

This report examines in depth the critical trends that are shaping the future of work along with its global context. A member survey, academic research, expert views and case experiences provide insights and examples of emerging practice. The paradoxes and implications of future work are discussed.

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  • Business Models
  • Cross-Cultural Management
  • Demographics
  • Forecasting
  • Future of Work
  • Generational Issues
  • Gig Economy
  • Global Strategy
  • Performance Management
  • Risk
  • Wellbeing
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November 6th 2012

Executive Summary: The Future of Work

This report examines the key trends that will influence the future of work, and highlights the tensions and contradictions organisations face in considering how to respond. The implications for leaders and HR are explored and tools and advice are offered to help plan for the future.

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  • Future of Work
  • Organisation Development
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October 7th 2011

Future of Work

Carsten explores global trends affecting the future of organisations, as well as organisational challenges and future work paradoxes shaping the way we will work in the future.

  • Tags
  • Cross-Cultural Management
  • Future of Work
  • Organisation Development
  • Risk
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