The Future of Work
The Intersection of Work and Technology
The Technology Horizons Program’s 2007 research on the Future of Work comes at an exciting time for the intersection of work and technology. Technology has become integrated into virtually every aspect of work. And because we spend so much time working, work really is the place where we most directly feel the impact of developing technologies. From collaboration to productivity; from new ways of approaching workspace design to the increasing ability to work from virtually anywhere; and from hiring and recruitment to new skill sets—it is a time of experimentation for companies and organizations as trends in technology converge to change what it means to work.
Do you have what it takes to become your company's Data Whisperer? To work with your organization's new Affinity Agent? Or to manage your firm's new Neurological Trainer? Through a series of creative "job interview" challenges, you'll find out firsthand exactly what it will take to succeed in new innovation roles and leading-edge management positions. In the process, you'll learn about the key trends shaping work and the myriad impacts they will have on workers, organizations, and leadership.
Enjoy your trip to the future!
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