In business we’re constantly bombarded with articles and books telling us that everything is in a continual state of flux.
Without doubt, one of the most profound changes to hit employers today comes from the tidal wave of younger, highly educated professionals entering the workforce, people that are digital natives, who have different expectations about work and what they expect from employment (and employers).
Unless you've been living under a rock, this isn't news - and yes, there are already books a-plenty from ‘future of work prophets’ that discuss these emerging trends, but many of them stop short of attempting to provide solutions.
The Future of Work (Aug 2014) is a relatively new book, and so I've only had to 'skim' through it a few times so far, but each look ended up being longer than I intended, purely because of how relevant and compelling the material is.
An easy read - but what really sets it apart from the many other titles of a similar ilk out there, is that this one can actually be used as a roadmap to navigate from, and to help chart a way forward to capitalise on these emerging trends.