Our focus at the Future of Work (FOW) is on how people work today, what is coming in the future, and how people, technology, and data are driving those things. The rapid pace of tech evolution is changing everything about the workplace, and everything about our lives in general, at breakneck speed. That’s not slowing down—in fact, it’s quite likely going to speed up. As companies embrace the process of digital transformation and realize that successful business transformation is as much about the evolution of culture as it is about tools and technology, there is much to learn along the way.
Mobile apps are changing how educators teach and how students access information. Here are four educational benefits of mobile technology.
The remote workforce has already created a stream of sustainable side effects. However, conscientious employees and employers alike must continue to look for ways to increase their sustainability efforts.
We’ve talked a lot about how AI could take jobs, but it actually looks like AI is the new job creator. Here are the implications of this development.
To help companies decide whether this approach to technology is something they should consider, we’ve put together an in-depth look at the pros and cons of a BYOD policy.
In the cut-throat world of business organizations have two choices: continuously improve, or get left behind. So how do you implement new technology?
Listen as Shelly and Ed Muzio, CEO of Group Harmonics, discuss the role today’s HR Pros are in the leadership equation, and how to successfully navigate tand deliver value to your organization.
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