The future of work is a story we will be narrating for many more decades to come
The relationship between employer and employee is moving from ‘parent-child’ to ‘adult-adult’
We are always confronted with new ideas and emerging topics
We are looking at a fundamental shift in the way we think about the relationship between technology and work
In order to be resilient to change, companies must innovate and interact with their employees. They cannot ignore the social wealth and knowledge that staff bring to the workplace.
If globalisation has changed the way we work, it is also changing people’s attitudes to work, asks Lynda Gratton, professor of management practice at London Business School.
There are forces at work that over the coming decades will destroy forever many of the old assumptions of a traditional job and career, says Lynda Gratton (pictured).
Anyone wanting a deeper understanding of what Dave Ulrich believes will find it in this book, says Lynda Gratton. It is a combination of research, self-reflection and a host of personal and family...