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For your full copy of
the report, visit: www.psfk.com/publishing/future-of-workABOUT THIS REPORT• 150 Page Report• 16 Trends described within 4 Macro Themes• 64 Best In Class Manifestations of Change At Work• 12 Future Work illustrated concepts• Reactions by executives from leading organizations• Supporting stats and research references• 80 Recommended ‘Next Steps’
KEY TAKEAWAYSThe company of the
future will be constantly changing form to efficiently take advantage of the opportunities presented in anever-shifting marketplace. As a result, the place, tools and systems of work will change and five larger themes will emerge:ON DEMAND STAFFING Skills MarketplaceThe skills and availability of employees and freelancers will be matched by an Contextual Rolodexalgorithm against the company’s changing needs. Quantified Employee Visual CollaborationCOLLISION COLLUSION Tele-presencePhysical, mobile and web workspace will be designed to ensure critical interaction Co-Creation Spacesbetween colleagues, vendors, partners and customers. Work(out) placeIMPROVISED WORKPLACE Fluid TechnologyWith the flick of a switch, furniture and software will adapt to the changing needs of Pop-Up Workplacesan organizationLIVING KNOWLEDGE Networked KnowledgeInformation will flow across and up-and-down the organization constantly; Social Workflowinstantly accessible by anyone who needs it. Feedback CultureCONSTANT LEARNING Digital Knowledge Update Learning By DoingEmployee empowered education will help staff own the direction Employee Stakeholdersof the company. Career Matchmaking
FUTURE OF WORK SUMMARYThe following
summary presentation of the Future of Work report outlines the four major areasof change taking place, showcasing examples from each of the four trends within theoverarching major themes listed below.IDEAL WORKFORCE INTUITIVE CONNECTIONSkills Marketplace Social WorkflowCareer Matchmaking Contextual RolodexDigital Knowledge Updates Tele-PresenceLearning By Doing Visual CollaborationEMPOWERED CULTURE AGILE WORKPLACESEmployee Stakeholders Co-Creation SpacesFeedback Culture Fluid TechnologyNetworked Knowledge Pop-Up WorkplaceQuantified Employee Work(out)places
LEARNING BY DOINGA collaborative, startup
mentality is being adopted by workersand organizations that allows for new ways to learn.Multidisciplinary teams made up of people with diverseexperiences are allowing participants to teach each other andlearn at the same time.
ENVISIONING THE FUTUREIn order to
bring to life the Future of Work, PSFK Labs challenged creativeagencies from around the world to generate product and service conceptsthat leverage the trends identified within this report. Creative innovatorsfrom advertising agencies, interior design companies, digital designcompanies and innovation groups have put forth a vision of the future thatwill hopefully inspire your thinking. Live With Design
PSFK LABSPSFK Labs is the
consulting arm of dailyideas site PSFK.com. We are a a trends-ledbusiness innovation company that providesits clients with ideas and inspiration. Ourtrends research helps companies evolve theirproducts, services and marketingcommunications to meet the changingbehaviors and expectations of their clientele.We employ a unique methodology to delivertrends research, together with future-forwardbusiness concepts and user-case scenariosto a client list that includes AmericanExpress, BMW, Microsoft, Target and Pepsi.labs.psfk.com
For your full copy of
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