Future of Work 9 Trends

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AI, robotics, and automation

AI, robotics, and automation: Put humans in the loop

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The workforce ecosystem

The workforce ecosystem: Managing beyond the enterprise

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The future of work

The future of work: The augmented workforce

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The gig economy

The gig economy: Distraction or disruption?

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Introduction

Introduction: The new organization: Different by design

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Machines as talent

Machines as talent: Collaboration, not competition

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Introduction

Introduction: Leading in the new world of work

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Workforce on demand

Workforce on demand: Are you ready?

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Simplification of work

Simplification of work: The coming revolution

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Future of Work HR Times blog - 5 Posts

The future of work means anything is possible

The future of work means anything is possible

Posted by: Joanne Kim, Josh Haims, Terry Patterson and Amy A. Titus

May 2, 2018
Creating the exponential professional

Creating the exponential professional

Posted by: Caroline Bennet and Darryl Wagner

April 10, 2018
Responsibilities of the exponential professional

Responsibilities of the exponential professional

Posted by: Caroline Bennet and Darryl Wagner

March 21, 2018
The rise of the exponential professional

The rise of the exponential professional

Posted by: Caroline Bennet and Darryl Wagner

March 1, 2018
Corral fast-moving learning technology and curation with a governance framework

Corral fast-moving learning technology and curation with a governance framework

Posted by: Jen Behrens, Amy A. Titus and Michelle Weaver

February 21, 2018

Future of Work Bersin by Deloitte - 4 Posts

Insights from IMPACT 2018: The Rise of the Individual in the Future of Work

Posted by: Bersin Insights

April 5, 2018

Teams, HR, and Organization Design

Posted by: Jeff Mike

February 7, 2018

Prediction 12: HR will wake up to the changing nature of work itself.

Posted by: David Mallon

January 26, 2018

Prediction 1: Agile organization models will start to go mainstream.

Posted by: Josh Bersin

January 16, 2018