To start with some facts – We know that the new trends will and already have high financial impact on organisations
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Let´s be honest… All of us know that the transformation of the workplace has been going on for a long time. Now, accelerated by the pandemic we see the evolution coming faster than expected. Many of the trends have been on-going for a while, many have become stronger, others are new. We can conclude that the companies already successful in some of the Future of Work areas are enjoying positive financial impact in the organisation.
2015-2018: sustainable companies outperformed the market on shareholder value by 7,1%
Bureauracy cost society, in the US alone, some 3 trillion USD every year
Organisations which apply remote working programs enjoy a number of financial benefts as e.g. average of 33% first year cost avoidance over conventional workspace
Companies in the top-quartile for ethnic/cultural diversity on executive teams are 33% more likely to have industry-leading profitability
Companies in the top-quartile for gender diversity on executive teams are 21% more likely to outperform on profitability
50% of employees quit because of their concerns about their managers
People & Organisational Trends
Our work started with a massive research on existing materials which we summarised in trends. We believe that out of the materials, articles and thinkers in the market these are most impactful trends which organisations and people will encounter.
Leadership of the Many
Resilience & Adaptability
New Jobs & Skills
New War for Talent
Diversification on Ways of Working
Equality, Inclusion & Diversity
People Empowerment & Innovation
The 3 Pillars to support the
evolution to Future Employer of Choice
These trends led us to develop a model of how to practically support individuals and organisations in transforming in each one of them.
Leadership of the many
People empowerment & innovation
Resilience & adaptability
Equality, inclusion & diversity
New jobs & skills
New war for talent
ways of working