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This isn’t your father’s

workplace.

77%

of workers consider flexible work schedules of major importance when deciding on a job.

99%

of workers want the opportunity to work remotely at some point, yet loneliness is higher than ever.

77%

of Gen Z workers say that the diversity of a company impacts their decision to work there.

83%

of workers feel significant stress on the job.

70%

of workers admit to being distracted throughout the day by workplaces and technology.

47%

of all jobs are considered high risk for automation.

If you are the leader of a company that is trying to grow, your top priority is figuring out how to attract, engage, and retain great people.

But with all these changes, how can you build a culture that can survive and thrive in the next decade?

In an environment that is constantly changing, survival depends on being able to identify which old concepts are still relevant and which ones need to be forgotten.

The companies that will be the destination of choice for the next generation are those that are willing to make bold experiments to create a better future of work for everyone.

Redefining six key workplace concepts for the future

Redefining six key workplace concepts for the future

01

Leadership

Leaders in the future won’t assign work, withhold information, or stick to a tried-and-true plan. They will need to deeply understand the human experience, be highly empathetic, and be able to lead without a roadmap.
02

Productivity

Technology has enabled us to do more, but we are still wasting a lot of time at the office. As machines continue to do more, we need new ways to determine the value of human work beyond just hours or tasks.
03

Diversity and inclusion

It’s time to admit that the systems around us benefit some groups much more than others. A reimagined future of work is one that brings equity and respect to everyone, and embraces our differences.
04

Workspaces

Where we work matters. We need physical and digital spaces that meet the need for both collaboration and focus. Future workplaces will blend both worlds and give tools and options without dominating.
05

Technology

It has never been more important to clearly define how we want technology to work for us. How should we embrace automation and AI and what is the best kind of partnership between humans and technology?
06

Culture

Culture is more than just posters. It includes all the stated and unstated systems that make the office work. Future cultures should reduce toxicity and stress while building trust and clarity towards a goal.
01

Leadership

Leaders in the future won’t assign work, withhold information, or stick to a tried-and-true plan. They will need to deeply understand the human experience, be highly empathetic, and be able to lead without a roadmap.
02

Productivity

Technology has enabled us to do more, but we are still wasting a lot of time at the office. As machines continue to do more, we need new ways to determine the value of human work beyond just hours or tasks.
03

Diversity and inclusion

It’s time to admit that the systems around us benefit some groups much more than others. A reimagined future of work is one that brings equity and respect to everyone, and embraces our differences.
04

Workspaces

Where we work matters. We need physical and digital spaces that meet the need for both collaboration and focus. Future workplaces will blend both worlds and give tools and options without dominating.
05

Technology

It has never been more important to clearly define how we want technology to work for us. How should we embrace automation and AI and what is the best kind of partnership between humans and technology?
06

Culture

Culture is more than just posters. It includes all the stated and unstated systems that make the office work. Future cultures should reduce toxicity and stress while building trust and clarity towards a goal.

We only get there together

You aren’t alone. Thousands of other CEOs and culture shapers like you think about these topics all the time.

When we share our stories and experiments with each other, we can build the future we need faster. There’s a lot to unlearn, but we’re only going to make it if we unite and work as one.

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