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Embracing the future of work in your organisation

A free five-lesson email course on understanding the future of work and reimagining work practices in your organisation.

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Published on
April 2, 2021
Reading time:
Reading time 5min

The future of work refers to how technology is changing:

  • Work: What we do and how we do it (meetings, authority, decision-making, collaboration, etc.)
  • Workforce: Who does the work (full-time, gig, etc.) and the skills and capabilities we need (problem-solving, critical thinking, digital, etc.)
  • Workplace: Where we work (office, home, hybrid, flexible, virtual worlds, etc.)

Much of the focus for organisations and governments is on "workforce" and "workplace". In this course, we like to shine a light on how the "work" itself is changing.

We cover how forward-thinking organisations adopt people-first, bureaucracy-busting principles and reimagine work practices. We also argue that organisations that embrace modern technology in their work and do it in a people-first way will win the war for talent.

Here's what we'll cover:

  • Lesson 1: How work is changing
  • Lesson 2: Embracing modern work principles
  • Lesson 3: Identifying core work practices
  • Lesson 4: Rethinking meetings (sample practice)
  • Lesson 5: Reimagining work practices

Sign up for our free five-lesson email course on "Embracing the future of work in

your organisation".

Maish Nichani
Maish Nichani
Engagement Director

I enjoy helping organisations achieve their potential in an ever-changing and complex world. I lead product and transformation conversations.

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