Future of Work: Digital 2021
Achieving more productive, efficient and meaningful interactions through innovative workplace technologies
The evolution of working practices hinges on the availability and adoption of new technologies. As a result of the pandemic, many organisations have fast-tracked their plans, adapting quickly to implement new technologies that can ensure effective communication and collaboration in a crisis. But as the ‘new normal’ becomes ‘normal’, digital strategy needs to be iterated to keep up with the fast pace of technological change. The need for new investment and innovation must be balanced with equally pressing financial concerns, all the while maintaining business continuity through the uncertainty. Technology leaders, and their teams, will continue to be instrumental in reshaping the new world of work.
What does the next generation ‘Omnichannel workplace’ look like?
Privacy and Security
Addressing the associated privacy and security concerns of increasingly dispersed workforces.
How is VR being applied in the workplace to create more personalised and meaningful interactions?
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FT Future of Work Series
Following a successful launch in 2020, the FT’s Future of Work Series returns in 2021 to address the defining issues facing businesses, and their employees, at this pivotal moment in the world or work. Framed through the lens of three key topic areas, the series will delve into the issues facing organisations navigating the transition, and bring together the teams responsible for driving change.
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