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The 5 Trends Shaping the Future of Work



Everything we know about the future of work is being shaped by five trends: globalization, technology, changing demographics, new behaviors, and mobility. For the first time these five trends are coming together to force organizations to change the way they think about how work gets done. Is your organization ready for these five trends and for the future of work?

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Jacob Morgan is a keynote speaker, best-selling author (his most recent book is “The Future of Work”), and futurist. He explores how the world of work is changing and what employees, managers, and organizations need to do to adapt. You can also subscribe to Jacob’s newsletter to get weekly content on the future of work To work with Jacob or have him speak at your event visit TheFutureOrganization.com

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Comments (31)

  1. 47% of all jobs regardless will go down the toilet thanks to automation. We will soon have the workless generations.

  2. Agree with your message and believe this shift will come faster than anyone not tuned in can imagine. My question, why is it taking our education system not making the necessary changes to align with what we know about the future of work. At this rate, the public education system could become irrelevant if it doesn't reimagine it's current structures. Any thoughts about how to better prepare students for this world?

  3. Nice icons from Flaticon hehe

  4. The background Music is not good for this graphics! !

  5. Great content. What software did you use please?

  6. What program is this? This is perfect since we are doing a presentation

  7. Your culture will matter less? Don't you think Islamic extremism, trump, brexit, chinese internet censorship are all defences against globalisation? Not every culture has the same work mentality and they won't naturally align into one network. If anything they will likely rival each other.

  8. well..we have to wait the old worker retired ten

  9. At the rate things are going, the future will be painful.

  10. these trends are only in Corporate jobs at Fortune 500 companies. I have yet to see companies doing this for lower wage or entry level workers. A lot of top management doesn't value HR or invest in HR STILL even though it could easily give them a competitive advantage.

  11. Good content. Agree the music is too loud. Distracting volume.

  12. Please, lower down:). It is a Good Video!

  13. Lower down the music volume

  14. I don't believe this. With globalization and out of control capitalism people in the US are going to be desperate for jobs. So the corporations will always have the upper hand. You will have to put up with the working conditions that they impose on you like it or not.

  15. shreck is love shreck is life

  16. Hire outside America, watch how much you save

  17. ceci est fort bien dit mais est-ce incontournable ?
    au niveau de l'individu, bien des jeunes cherchent aujourd'hui un équilibre personnel et familial qui soit les conduit à NE PAS vouloir rejoindre le monde de l'entreprise soit y passer le moins de temps possible …
    au niveau de l'entreprise, du moins en ce qui concerne la France, on peut observer, d'une part, le nombre croissant de maladies nerveuses et burn-out signe de la non totale allégeance du salarié au monde de la productivité et, d'autre part, que les textes à l'étude actuellement  par le gouvernement ne semblent pas aller dans le sens d'un partenariat bien compris entre le salarié et son employeur …
    mais je peux me tromper

  18. such a amazing video. what program you used to do Explainer video ?

  19. New behaviors and millennials are the same trend

  20. as long as I get to work from home I say bring it on

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