Submitted by Alison Maitland on 31 March, 2014 - 08:17
In the second chapter of our book, “How work has evolved”, we describe how working practices have developed over recent decades, driven by information technology and changing workforce expectations. The pace of these changes is now extraordinarily rapid, and established organisations are often struggling to keep pace or catch up as new types of work contract and new models of business spring up all over the place.
Submitted by Peter Thomson on 28 March, 2014 - 08:40
In the first chapter of the book we lay out the arguments that we will be making throughout the other chapters. We look at the changing work environment and point out that many organizations are still employing people based on a model that was invented with the Industrial Revolution and is now well out of date.
Submitted by Peter Thomson on 26 March, 2014 - 09:14
We are pleased to announce that an updated and extended version of 'Future Work' is published today.
This website has been updated with the details (at the top of this column) and the links to buy the book are now to the new edition. The list of contents now refers to the new version and you will see that there is a new chapter on 'Making it happen yourself'.
Submitted by Alison Maitland on 24 March, 2014 - 09:20
The new expanded edition of Future Work, published this week, features the stories of a growing number of organisations that are adapting to thrive in the new world of work - from the global reinsurance giant Swiss Re to the dynamic alternative legal firm Lawyers on Demand.
Submitted by Peter Thomson on 19 March, 2014 - 06:46
We are delighted to announce that a second edition of ‘Future Work’ will be published on March 26 in the UK and on April 25 in the USA. This is not just a reprint - it’s a major review, update and expansion of the original bestselling edition. It has a new subtitle: Changing Organizational Culture for the New World of Work.
Submitted by Alison Maitland on 18 March, 2014 - 11:35
Women on Boards Australia is running two exciting events next month where I'll be speaking about Future Work. The "Fit for the Future" forums are for business managers and leaders to learn how to drive culture change and adapt to the new world of work. The first is in Sydney on 1 April and the second in Melbourne on 3 April - so, if you're reading from there, do sign up.