The role of work is changing fast, for diverse reasons like digitalisation, socio-economic forces and the innovative nature of the millennial generation. Attitudes and behaviours of employees have changed radically, and they will define what the real future of work looks like.
The way leaders respond to rising disruption will determine tomorrow's prosperity -- so they need to act now.
The future of work is now.
With so many conflicting takes on the quickly changing workforce, leaders need a way to cut through the noise. That's why Gallup is bringing you a new regular digital publication that delves into pressing topics facing leaders.
We curate the best thinking for you and advise you on how to make changes in your workplace today.
Do you know how to manage disruptive change with minimal turbulence? Who should be responsible for initiating learning opportunities and providing high-impact educational resources? Should employees be anxious or optimistic about tech advances and AI?
Answer these questions and more with our Disruption issue.
Does your approach to ethics meet the demands of current business realities? Do your ethics compliance programs motivate employees to behave in ethical ways? How do you take risks in the AI era?
We answer these questions and more in our Trust issue
What does agility mean for business leaders in the U.K., France, Spain and Germany? How does working at an agile organisation affect employees? How can you manage an agile organisation?
We answer these questions and more in our Agility issue.
How are outdated performance management practices holding your people analytics strategies back? Why do your employees need more opportunities to learn and grow? Why are great managers more important than ever?
We answer these questions and more in our Performance issue.
Here's what you need to know.
There's a lot to know about the future of work. That's why we hand-picked the best of the best for you. If you read nothing else today, read this.