Category: Future of Work

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At the MIT Sloan School of Management in Cambridge, Massachusetts, they have a unique approach to workplace flexibility. Everyone is encouraged to work remotely on their own schedule, and those not in the office can join the conversation at any point via telepresence robots.

Report Suggests the Future of Work Starts at Home

Report Suggests the Future of Work Starts at Home

Polling giant Gallup released its  sweeping report on the State of the American Workplace, and the data suggests some exciting conclusions about the future of work — the most important being that flexibility at the office may be even more important than previously thought.

 

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MIT Sloan School of Management

MIT Sloan School of Management

MIT’s Sloan School of Management crafted their perfect work-flex program with a process that engaged all employees … and some telepresence robots, too.

 

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Top 5 Takeaways From McKinsey’s Major Report on the Gig Economy

Top 5 Takeaways From McKinsey’s Major Report on the Gig Economy

The gig workforce is growing by leaps and bounds — but not always in the way you might expect. Here’s what employers and employees need to know now.

 

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Is it the End of the “Job” as We Know it?

Is it the End of the “Job” as We Know it?

“For the first time in human history, individuals can design a life around the pursuit of interesting work.” — Richard Saul Wurman

 

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OpenWork Conversations: Anne Loehr on the Evolving Workplace

OpenWork Conversations: Anne Loehr on the Evolving Workplace

Anne Loehr is a speaker, writer and consultant focused on the trends shaping future leadership and workplaces. OpenWork spoke with Anne about how companies and employees can face the future of work now.

 

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OpenWork Conversations: Jacob Morgan on the Future of Work

OpenWork Conversations: Jacob Morgan on the Future of Work

Jacob Morgan is an author, speaker and futurist focused on the future of work. OpenWork caught up with Jacob to chat about the current state of the future of work.

 

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