Automation, digital platforms, and other innovations are changing the fundamental nature of work. Understanding these shifts can help policy makers, business leaders, and workers move forward.
Baby boomers may be reluctant to dive into digital tools. But they should be encouraged, because they still have so much to offer.
The increasing integration of digital technologies in all aspects of our lives is both a benefit and a challenge for employers and employees.
A look at what experts are saying about the future of work.
The world’s biggest companies are undertaking digital transformation projects, and many have chosen 2020 as their deadline. And to follow through on any 2020 digital initiative, an enterprise must …
Paradigm-shifting forces such as cognitive technologies and the open talent economy are reshaping the future workforce, driving many organizations to reconsider how they design jobs, organize work, a
What makes your work valuable? Does it fulfill you? Allow you to connect with or help people? Contribute to a greater good? Or does its value come from your income, which allows you to do other meanin
To understand the future of work we need to explore the diversity of platforms and how they are used in the modern economy.
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Some well known and respected thinkers on the Future of Work took the stage at IPsoft's Digital Workforce Summit in New York City this week to discuss the digital workforce — but another, lesser
The integration of software development with IT operations can rev up companies’ delivery of new applications. But this approach may not be right for every part of the IT portfolio.
Future Workforce agility means people first, enabled by technology.