The Future of Work Is Now.

Whatever your expectations were — whether a Utopian 4-hour workweek dream, a Dystopian robot-filled hell, or anything in between — the ‘Future of Work’ seemed far enough away that most people put off dealing with it. Meanwhile, the nature of work itself continued to evolve, with the emphasis shifting from routine work producing hard assets to non-routine projects creating intangible value in the form of knowledge, IP, and brand equity. However, even as technology advances increased the volume of data exponentially and sped up the pace of change, the urgency wasn’t there.



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Sophie Wade

Workforce Innovator. Speaker. Author-Exec MBA textbk Embracing Progress. Integrating Empathy@Work in: leadership, multigeneration collaboration, remote working